HB 435 Law-enforcement employees; overtime compensation.
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Summary as introduced:
Overtime compensation for law-enforcement employees. Expands the current overtime compensation provisions for fire protection employees to law-enforcement employees. Under the bill certain law-enforcement employees shall be required to be paid overtime at a rate of not less than one and one-half times the employee's regular rate of pay for all hours of work between the statutory maximum permitted under 29 U.S.C. 207 (k) and the hours for which an employee receives his salary, or if paid on an hourly basis, the hours for which the employee receives hourly compensation. A law-enforcement employee who is paid on an hourly basis shall have paid leave counted as hours of work in an amount no greater than the numbers of hours counted for other law-enforcement employees working the same schedule who are paid on a salaried basis in that jurisdiction. For purposes of computing law-enforcement employees' entitlement to overtime compensation for regularly scheduled work hours, all hours in which an employee works or is in a paid status shall be counted as hours of work.

Full text:
01/14/04  House: Presented & ordered printed, prefiled 01/13/04 046947520  pdf | impact statements

Status:
01/14/04  House: Presented & ordered printed, prefiled 01/13/04 046947520
01/14/04  House: Referred to Committee on General Laws
01/19/04  House: Assigned to General Laws sub-committee: 4
02/05/04  House: Continued to 2005 in General Laws (22-Y 0-N)
12/10/04  House: Left in General Laws