BILL WOULD DICTATE HOURLY WORKER SCHEDULING

AB 367 (Chiu; D-San Francisco) would require many of California’s largest employers to schedule hourly employees at least two weeks in advance and would award additional pay to workers for any last minute work schedule changes.  Called “The Fair Scheduling Act,” the bill would apply to retailers and restaurant establishments with 500 or more California employees.  The bill is causing extreme concern with businesses of all types that non-exempt hourly employees and if approved, this would be the first law of this type in any state.

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