Chicago Company Timing Bathroom Breaks

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Employees of one Chicago business are ticked off because their boss times their bathroom breaks, turning a call of nature into race against the clock.  The Watersaver Faucet Company allots workers 30 minutes per week or six minutes per day for bathroom breaks.  Employees have to wipe their id cards to get into the bathrooms which electronically logs their visits.  Their union has filed a complaint with the National Labor Relations Board.

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