Petition granted; order denying plaintiffs motion for summary judgment reversed. State law requires employers to pay their employees for all the time employees are at work. Plaintiff-employer used a payroll system that automatically rounds employee time up or down to the nearest quarter hour. Both employees and employers moved for summary judgment on the issue and the trial court denied both. The appellate court ruled that the rounding system was neutral on its face and the parties presented no evidence of bias in the system, therefore the summary judgment for the employer should have been granted.