Connecticut now requires all employers to provide at least two hours of unpaid time off attributed to voting. The new mandate was included in Connecticut’s state budget document, so it can easily be overlooked. Connecticut joins many other states in allowing time off to vote; however, of the states that allow time off for voting, Connecticut is still only one of eight that will not provide PTO for voting.
Unpaid Time Off for Connecticut Voting
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