Third Circuit Denies Overtime Pay for Cops' Donning and Doffing of Uniforms

, New Jersey Law Journal


The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit has rejected claims by a New Jersey town's police officers that they were short-changed on overtime pay and for time spent at roll call and changing into uniforms.

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  • ColorBlindJustice

    Another deserved donning-and-doffing loss for unionized parasites. It‘s called dressing for success, losers. We all have to do it every day. It‘s what distinguishes civilized people from indigenous tribes who do their hunting and gathering largely in the raw.

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