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Employers Required to Give Employees Time Off to Vote

By Susan Baker

November 4, 2016

ORC 3599.06 requires that all employers give their employees a reasonable amount of time off to vote.  So if the employee cannot make it to the polls before or after their regularly scheduled shift, the employer must allow them time to vote.

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