|AN ACT REQUIRING NEGOTIATION OF FLEX-TIME SCHEDULES.|
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Raised Bill No. 5654
February Session, 2002
LCO No. 2085
Referred to Committee on Labor and Public Employees
AN ACT REQUIRING NEGOTIATION OF FLEX-TIME SCHEDULES.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Assembly convened:
Section 1. (NEW) (Effective October 1, 2002) (a) Any person employed by an employer for at least seven hours per day and at least thirty-five hours per week, or who is otherwise considered by such employer to be a full-time employee shall have the right to negotiate a flex-time schedule with such employer.
(b) No employer shall be required to accept a flex-time schedule proposed by an employee if such schedule (1) includes hours outside of the employer's normal hours of operation, (2) includes hours when the functions performed by the employee are not required by the employer, (3) will result in decreased productivity, (4) is inconvenient for, or will cause a decrease in service to, clients or customers of the employer, (5) will be burdensome or costly to the employer with respect to security or supervision, (6) will limit the ability of the employer to maintain adequate staffing levels, or (7) is otherwise incompatible with the needs of the employer.
This act shall take effect as follows:
October 1, 2002