New York Upcoming Elections
Time off for voting
Employees who do not have 4 consecutive non-working hours between polls opening and closing, and who do not have "sufficient" non-working time to vote, are entitled to up to 2 hours paid leave to vote. Employees must request the leave between 2 and 10 days before Election Day. The employer can specify whether it be taken at beginning or end of shift. Employers must post this rule conspicuously 10 days prior to election.
2014 Important Events Calendar
New York: Voting at The Polls on Election Day
Poll Hours: 6:00 AM-9:00 PM
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