A new report issued by the State of New Jersey shows some communities are giving comp time and overtime payments to top employees even though their municipal ordinances do not support the perks. The New Jersey Comptroller’s Office issued a new report stating that six of the 14 communities that were examined paid out nearly $200,000 to top employees in overtime pay without a supporting ordinance.
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