Depending on Your State, You May Get Time Off to Vote

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With Election Day right around the corner (November 8th to be exact), some employees aren’t sure if they’re able to take time out of their days to go out and vote.

While voting may only take 15-20 minutes on average, it could take much longer in certain states. Depending on the state you’re in, though, you might be able to take some time off to get to the polls – depending on your circumstance.

For more details on what is and isn’t excused, and where these regulations take place, check out this SHRM’s article!

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