Court rules Teaneck police officers won't get paid overtime for dressing, attending roll calls

A federal appeals panel has ruled that Teaneck

A federal appeals panel has ruled that Teaneck police will not get paid for the time it takes to put on their uniforms, and public opinion is mixed on the idea. (June 12, 2014 5:53 PM)

A federal appeals panel has ruled that Teaneck police will not get paid for the time it takes to put on their uniforms, and public opinion is mixed on the idea.

A group of 88 current and former officers filed a suit in 2009 claiming they were being cheated out of overtime pay. They argued they should have been paid for time spent attending daily roll calls and changing in and out of their...

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Should workers be paid to change into and out of their uniforms?

Yes, if uniforms are required No, for what? Only law enforcement

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