November 10, 2-3pm ET
by Jim O'Connell
The District of Columbia Council recently tabled a bill that would have limited employers’ flexibility to schedule their workers. The “Hours and Scheduling Stability Act” would require certain Washington DC employers to give workers two weeks’ notice of their schedules, with workers would be entitled to additional “predictability pay” if employers changed schedules within fourteen days. Supporters of the legislation say working families need “predictable” or “fair” scheduling. Of particular concern to retailers and restaurant chains, however, were the bill’s extensive recordkeeping requirements as well as its civil and administrative enforcement provisions, including private rights of action by “injured employees.” As federal, state and local governments move more directly to regulate workplace practices on behalf of working families, “predictable scheduling” could emerge as the next big workplace issue.
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