LABOR: Buzzer

Buzzing around to boost the Federal Wages & Hours Law, Administrator Elmer Frank Andrews last week buzzed off the following opinions for Denver and Chicago businessmen:

>"Anyone who insists on working overtime without the knowledge or consent of his boss should be fired."

> "If a man has an office with a desk on which there is a buzzer, and if he can press that buzzer and have somebody come dashing in response—then he's an executive," i.e., exempt from the law's overtime regulations.


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