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POLICY

Voting

Given the accessibility of polling places before and after regular work hours, administrator and professional and Local 3882 employees should not need time off from work to vote. New York State law requires that an employee be given sufficient time to vote. Sufficient time is defined as four consecutive non-working hours while polls are open. (For example, an employee would have sufficient time to vote during non-working hours if his or her workday ends at 5 p.m. and polls are open until 9 p.m.) If, due to unusual circumstances, an employee requests time off from work to vote, contact the Employee Relations or the Vice President for Human Resources to discuss the request.

For Local 1 and Local 810 employees, please refer to the applicable contract for all information about voting. For non-union service staff, please contact the Office of Employee Relations.


About This Policy

Effective Date: April 01, 2000
Issuing Authority: Office of Human Resources
Responsible Officer: Vice President
Office Name: Human Resources

Employees in codes 100/110, 104/114, 106/116, and 107/117.

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