Pulse of Canada: Should people get extra pay when they respond to work related e-mails after hours?

Tori Floyd
Pulse of Canada
Should people get extra pay when they respond to work related e-mails after hours?
A police officer is suing the city of Chicago for overtime when he answers work related emails after his shifts. This week on Pulse of Canada we ask Canadians if people should get extra pay when they respond to work related e-mails after hours.

A police officer in Chicago has filed a lawsuit against the city because of overtime pay. His claim is that he's answering emails after work hours, but isn't getting paid for it.

So we wanted to ask you ... Should people get extra pay when they respond to work related e-mails after hours?

Here's what you said:

Now, what do you think? Share your views in the comments area below.

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