Date & Time
Thursday, July 11, 2024
10:00 am-11:30 am
   |   Webinar
Continuing Education:
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Currently, New York City, Chicago, Philadelphia, Seattle, Los Angeles, Emeryville, San Francisco, and Oregon have implemented predictable scheduling laws. These laws generally require covered employers to: provide at least 14 days' advance notice of schedules; obtain written consent from employees when adding shifts; pay premiums to employees when schedules change; provide at least 10 or 11 hours of rest between shifts; allow employees to have input into their schedules; provide a good-faith estimate of the number of shifts an employee will work during their employment; and notify and allow existing employees to work additional hours before hiring new employees.

These laws primarily apply to retailers, restaurants, and hotels, although some cover utility companies, manufacturers, and healthcare employers. Jurisdictions that have passed these predictive scheduling or “Fair Workweek” laws often have aggressive administrative agencies enforcing them. The agencies have already recorded seven- and eight-figure settlements. Unions are using noncompliance with these laws as a talking point in unionization drives, and the plaintiffs' bar is also getting into the game, scoring several seven-figure settlements. These laws are extremely complex.

During this 90-minute event, Martha Keon, Andy Klaben-Finegold, and Eli Freedberg will provide an overview of each jurisdiction's rules and helpful strategies and techniques for achieving compliance.

Additionally, Stephanie Zielinski, Marketing Director of ComplianceHR, will walk you through PolicySmart™ and the Reference Center. These solutions can help you simplify the complexity of employment law and make your compliance strategy become proactive instead of reactive.

10:00 - 11:30 a.m. PT
11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. MT
12:00 - 1:30 p.m. CT
1:00 - 2:30 p.m. ET


Additional Speakers

Stephanie Zielinski
Marketing Director, ComplianceHR