Oregon may be the first to implement state-wide predictive scheduling rules.
The predictive scheduling bills are designed to give employees advanced notice of their work schedules. This bill is designed to cut-down on last minute shift changes that can be common in industries such as retail, hospitality and food service.
Employers changing schedules past their due date may be required to pay employees for the change – and allow employees to refuse some schedules.
This June, the predictive scheduling bill has passed in the Oregon Senate and now moved on to voting by the House. Seattle, WA and San Francisco, CA have already implemented similar scheduling regulation rules.
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