SB 367 Changes requirement for payment of overtime hours for nonexempt state employees
Sponsor: Cauthorn
LR Number: 1656S.01T Fiscal Note: 1656-01
Committee: Governmental Accountability & Fiscal Oversight
Last Action: 6/22/2005 - Signed by Governor Journal Page:
Title: Calendar Position:
Effective Date: August 28, 2005
House Handler: Deeken

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SB 367 - The act changes the requirement for payment of overtime hours for nonexempt state employees from within the calendar quarter to within the calendar month following the request for payment.

This act also provides that state employees, members of the General Assembly, elected officials, and members of the judicial branch who fail to pay their state income taxes shall provide a payment plan in the form of a payroll deduction. If the state employee, General Assembly member, elected official or judicial member terminates the payroll deduction without agreement of his or her supervisor or Director of Revenue, the person shall either be terminated from his job or reported to the appropriate ethics committee for disciplinary action.

ANDY LYSKOWSKI