Work & Family Policy Database
Employment: Working Hours
Subject: Flexible Work Schedules
Bill: S.B. 367/A.B. 830
Sponsor: Dutton (R), Olsen (R)
Date Introduced: 02/02/2011, carried over to 2012 session.
Referred to Senate Committees on Labor and Industrial Relations and Judiciary: 03/23/2011
Returned to Secretary of State: 01/31/2012
Amends state labor law, which currently mandates that any worker who works more than eight hours in a day be paid overtime wages, to allow more flexible schedules for workers who request them.
Allows nonexempt workers to request to work up to ten hours in a day (totaling no more than 40 hours in a week) before being paid overtime.
Applies only to workers in businesses with 25 or fewer employees. Does not apply to workers covered by collective bargaining agreements or state workers.
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