Posted by 14 June 2017
Check out this key bill voted on by elected officials in Washington D.C., check-in to the VoteSpotter app to see how your legislators voted, and comment below to share what you think!
House Bill 1180: Allow more flexibility in overtime compensation: Passed 229 to 197 in the U.S. House on May 2, 2017
To allow private sector employers to offer employees paid time off instead of monetary compensation for every hour that employee works overtime. The paid time off shall be given at a rate of one-and-a-half hours per every hour worked overtime.
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