Phillips Lytle Labor & Employment Client Alert - New York State Paid Time Off for Voting Law Update

After much lobbying, earlier this year, New York State reversed the 2019 amendment and returned to the pre-2019 version of the Law. As a result, employees who are registered to vote are now again entitled to only two hours of paid time off to vote, and only if they do not have at least four consecutive hours to vote either between the opening of the polls and the beginning of their shift, or between the end of their shift and the closing of the polls.

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