Public Employers Can Push Comp Time Usage

June 2000
Workforce;Jun2000, Vol. 79 Issue 6, p30
Deals with the ruling of the United States Supreme Court on the case Christen et al. versus Harris County in Texas regarding the use of compensatory time by employees. Allegations of the county; Implication of the ruling on public employers; Explanation on the ruling of Justice Clarence Thomas.


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