New York overtime law gives nurses the right to choose

10/13/2008 | Nurse.com

New York's new law banning mandatory overtime takes effect July 2009 and will allow nurses to decline working beyond their scheduled hours without the threat of disciplinary action. Experts say the law could help nurse administrators get more funding for new positions and put an added emphasis on retention and recruitment.

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