92nd General Assembly
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   New Act                                                                     

        Creates the Flex-time Rights Act.   Provides that an employer  of      
   25  or  more  persons  must  grant  leave of up to a total of 24 hours      
   during any calendar year to employees who meet  specified  eligibility      
   criteria.   Provides that an employer may require that not more than 4      
   hours of this leave be taken by an employee on any one day.   Provides      
   that  no  leave  may  be  taken  unless the employee has exhausted all      
   accrued  vacation  leave,  personal  leave,  and  compensatory  leave.      
   Provides for: written requests for  leave;  compensation;  posting  of      
   notices  of the requirements of the Act in workplaces; administration,      
   adoption of rules, and enforcement by the Director of Labor; civil and      
   criminal penalties and relief; and construction of the Act in relation      
   to other statutory provisions concerning leave.  Provides that, if  an      
   employer  offers  its  employees  personal  or compensatory time of at      
   least 3 days per year, the employer is exempt from the Act.                 
   FEB-06-2002  S  FIRST READING                                                  
   FEB-06-2002  S  REFERRED TO SENATE RULES COMMITTEE       RULES                 
   JAN-07-2003  S  SESSION SINE DIE                                               


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