Employment and Labor Law: Momentum Builds for Predictive Scheduling Laws

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Erick Barnes

TAMPA, Fla. – Major cities like San Francisco, New York City and Seattle have passed predictive – or fair – scheduling laws, but this month Oregon became the first state to put similar protections in place for food and retail workers when Gov. Kate Brown signed Senate Bill 828 into law.There is a growing movement to change workplace scheduling practices, and the responses are coming in many forms. Most of the legislation and ordinances so far have aimed to improve the workplace for employees in...
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