Download Zipped Enrolled WordPerfect HB0328.ZIP
[Introduced][Amended][Status][Bill Documents][Fiscal Note][Bills Directory]
H.B. 328 Enrolled
7 Roger E. Barrus
8 Jim Bird
9 Derek E. Brown
10 Melvin R. Brown
11 David G. Butterfield
12 LaVar Christensen
13 David Clark
14 Bradley M. Daw
15 Brad L. Dee
16 John Dougall
17 James A. Dunnigan
18 Steve Eliason
19 Julie FisherGage Froerer
Brad J. Galvez
Richard A. Greenwood
Stephen G. Handy
Wayne A. Harper
Neal B. Hendrickson
Christopher N. Herrod
Gregory H. Hughes
Don L. Ipson
Bradley G. Last
John G. Mathis
Kay L. McIffMichael T. Morley
Jeremy A. Peterson
Dixon M. Pitcher
Holly J. Richardson
Stephen E. Sandstrom
Kenneth W. Sumsion
Brad R. Wilson
Bill Wright 20
21 LONG TITLE
22 General Description:
23 This bill enacts Title 67, Chapter 25, Part 2, Work Week, to provide for a five-day work
24 week for a state agency in the executive branch.
25 Highlighted Provisions:
26 This bill:
27 . requires a state agency in the executive branch to operate nine hours on a Monday,
28 Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday; and
29 . makes technical changes.
30 Money Appropriated in this Bill:
32 Other Special Clauses:
33 This bill takes effect on September 17, 2011.
34 Utah Code Sections Affected:
36 67-25-101, Utah Code Annotated 1953
37 67-25-102, Utah Code Annotated 1953
38 67-25-201, Utah Code Annotated 1953
40 Be it enacted by the Legislature of the state of Utah:
41 Section 11. Section 67-25-101 is enacted to read:
45 67-25-101. Title.
46 This chapter is known as "General Requirements for State Officers and Employees."
47 Section 22. Section 67-25-102 is enacted to read:
48 67-25-102. Definitions.
49 As used in this chapter, "state agency" means a department, division, board, council,
50 committee, institution, office, bureau, or other similar administrative unit of the executive
51 branch of state government.
52 Section 33. Section 67-25-201 is enacted to read:
54 67-25-201. State agency work week.
55 (1) Except for a legal holiday established under Section 63G-1-301 , a state agency shall
56 operate at least one physical location, and as many physical locations necessary, at least nine
57 hours a day on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday to provide a service
58 required by statute to another entity of the state, a political subdivision, or the public.
59 (2) This section does not limit the days or hours a state agency may operate.
60 (3) To provide a service as required by Subsection (1), the chief administrative officer
61 of a state agency may determine:
62 (a) the number of physical locations operating each day;
63 (b) the daily hours of operation, as required by Subsection (1), of each physical
65 (c) the number of state agency employees who work per day; and
66 (d) the hours a state agency employee works per day.
67 Section 44. Effective date.
68 This bill takes effect on September 17, 2011.
[Bill Documents][Bills Directory]