Heavy voter turnout is expected this Election Day, so businesses should plan ahead.
More than half of all states require companies to provide time off for voting to employees who request it. Some states require that this time off be paid, while other states have no specific time-off-to-vote laws on the books.
Although the majority of workers should be able to vote before or after their normal work hours, some companies need to prepare for employees who will need to take time off to get to the polls.
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