Not only may your employer frisk you after work to see if you’re stealing, they don’t have to pay you for the time spent being frisked. This is according to a recent U.S. Supreme Court case involving warehouse workers at Amazon.com. The workers were required to stand in line for roughly 25 minutes after they finished their shifts in order to be searched. The justices equated this to time spent standing in line to clock in to work. See Integrity Staffing Solutions, Inc. v. Busk, et al, No. 13-433, decided 12/9/2014.