|Comfortably ... 154 posts||
Ohio mandates, but the volunteers get first choice. After the volunteer list is exhausted, it’s on to freezing lowest in seniority. It happens almost daily at our institution. Management and the union at our institution were nice enough to put in an agreement that you can only be mandated every other day as long as your freeze was for at least an hour. It’s a much better agreement then back in the day when we just got froze everyday regardless of wether you had been mandated for an hour or eight hours the day before. And they could just do it day after day.
|Mick 307 posts||
With us it is built into our roster. We get to select 15 days out of a quarter (90 days) where we make ourselves available for over time.
|MoSoAddictive 1 post||
Nc Dept of Corrections has been on mandatory overtime for over a year.
|Mudflap 293 posts||
Ohio mandates overtime. At my little facility, If there are volunteers, they get the OT. If not, the lowest in seniority gets tagged. And the lowest in seniority can get tagged night after night after night.
|shonuff65 1 post||
I don’t know how many, but Delaware sure has one.
|bluende 2 posts||
How many states have policies mandating or freezing employees on duty for overtime, in spite of having people willing to volunteer to do overtime?
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