Using time cards
Walker v. Washington, 657 F2d 541
An employee, claiming that his agency’s requirement that he fill out and sign a time card was demeaning, degrading and incriminating, sued the State of Washington. The Circuit Court of Appeals held that requiring an employee to complete a time card was not an “illegal search” and that the employer could properly ask an employee to account for the time for which he was being paid.
The Supreme Court declined to hear the appeal from the decision filed by Walker.