Showing posts with label SB316; four day work week;. Show all posts
Showing posts with label SB316; four day work week;. Show all posts

Four-Day Work Week?

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A few years back I had asked about a bill relating to a four day 10 hour work week. Where is this now and is it still active?
There was proposed legislation (Senate Bill 316) during the 2011 legislative session to create a four day work week for state employees. It did not pass at that time, so it would have to be reintroduced. We are not aware of any such proposed legislation in the 2016 legislative session, which ends on May 13th. To track pension related proposals, you may be interested in accessing the Legislative Status Report maintained by the Joint Committee on Public Employee Retirement (JCPER) at http://www.jcper.org/legsheet.pdf which is updated daily. Print Friendly and PDF

SB 316 (Four Day Work Week)

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What is the status of SB 316? Is it close to being passed?
SB 316 would create a four day work week for state merit system employees. On Feb. 24, 2011, the bill was second read and referred to the Senate General Laws Committee. That is all we know about the bill at this point. 
[updated 4/27/11]     Print Friendly and PDF