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A former police officer in Harahan, Louisiana recently pleaded guilty to committing payroll fraud, which resulted in her collecting more than $20,000 in false overtime, according to the Times-Picayune.
A lawsuit recently filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court accuses a former administrator of a nonprofit school in Santa Monica, California of misusing as much as $1 million of school funds.
The police departments of two Florida cities have restructured patrol shift staffing and rotation in order to reduce overtime costs, according to Florida Today.
In response to state budget cuts, New York judges were recently told to shut down their court rooms half an hour earlier to decrease overtime for courthouse staff and personnel, according to The New York Times.
The Mobile, Alabama firefighters' union will be suing the city over the enactment of a law banning the deduction of union dues from payroll, according to state news site al.com.
State union officials were recently targeted by Republican lawmakers in Connecticut, who objected to paying union representatives to do union business on the job and argued that it should be done on state time, according to BusinessWeek.
Waivers for San Francisco's 624-hour overtime cap are contributing to the city exceeding overtime budget by nearly $40 million this year, according to the San Francisco Examiner.
The Department of Labor is fining the Guam Police Department (GPD) $49,500 for failing to pay more than $208,000 in overtime to its employees, according to the Pacific News Center.
According to KOLO TV, Nevada Labor Commissioner Michael Tanchek recently released the annual bulletins for the state's minimum wage and daily overtime requirements, which will become effective as of this summer.