The third edition (the one that Jason and I read) is also the full book, so we either read faster or (more likely) the first edition included the appendicies and/or the same language for term sheets (in the text) which we left out since it was too tedious to read (and not that useful in a spoken context.)
The third edition had several new chapters, including one on convertible. debt.
I haven’t thought hard about this in the context of hourly employees. I understand the challenge, and forward-thinking companies could offer to pay the hourly wage for time spent voting (up to a certain number of hours — say by just adding a bonus payment of four hours of wages on evidence of voting by the hourly employee.)