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US Senator Proposes Bill To Eliminate Overtime For IT Workers 1167

Posted by Soulskill
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New submitter Talisman writes "Kay Hagan (D) from North Carolina has introduced a bill to the Senate that would eliminate overtime pay for IT workers." The bill is targeted at salaried IT employees and those whose hourly rate is $27.63 or more. It seems comprehensive in its description of what types of IT work qualify — everything from analysis and consulting to design and development to training and testing. The bill even uses "work related to computers" as one of the guidelines.
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US Senator Proposes Bill To Eliminate Overtime For IT Workers

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