California lawmakers introduce ‘fair scheduling’ bill

California lawmakers introduce ‘fair scheduling’ bill

Large food, retail employers would be required to schedule shifts two weeks in advance

State lawmakers in California introduced a bill Tuesday that would require large food and retail employers to schedule workers at least two weeks in advance, or face penalties for last-minute staffing changes.

Known as the “Fair Scheduling Act,” Assembly Bill 357 was introduced by State Assembly members David Chiu, D-San Francisco, and Shirley Weber, D-San Diego. As introduced, the bill would apply to food and retail employers with 500 or more employees. It is designed to addres

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