Taking time off work to go Vote

Taking time off to Vote

Under the new “right to Vote” law, an employee has the right to take time off work to go vote (up to two hours) as long as certain conditions are met.

If they go into work before the polls open and get off work after the polls close, then are allowed a maximum of two hours to leave work for voting purposes. They must have provided their employer with advance notice that they intend to vote.

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