My boss fills out the timesheets for everyone in his department. This is rarely a problem for me, because I rarely take time off. However, the last two times I have taken time off, my use of leave has been mis-represented. Most recently I took the afternoon off (left at 12:00pm, usually I leave at 4:15pm) without taking a lunch, so I should have been charged 3.25 hours, but was charge 5.50 hours of leave. Which would be equivilent to me leaving at 10:45am and taking a lunch before leaving. The time prior to that I went to an all day (work related) seminar on a Saturday, and took off the Friday prior to make up for the time I would be putitng in the following day. To find 4.00 hours of leave charged.
How should I approach the situation. I only get 10 days (80 hours) of paid time off a year. So being overcharged 6.25 hours in a 2 month period is fairly significant compared to how much time off I receive yearly.