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New Fair Workweek Legislation Scheduled To Take Effect On NYC Fast-Food Chains And Retailers In November 2017

by Cole Schotz on

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio recently signed a package of legislation known as the “Fair Workweek” bills, which will take effect on many of the city’s fast-food chains and retailers starting in November 2017....more

Employment Law - June 2017 #2

Class Certification Denial Reversed in Wake of Augustus - Why it matters - Applying the California Supreme Court’s recent decision in Augustus v. ABM Security Services, a California appellate panel reversed a trial...more

New York City Retailers, Get Ready To Change Your Employee Scheduling Practices

In an apparent effort not to be outdone by the cities of San Francisco and Seattle, the New York City Council has approved a package of bills that are collectively being referred to as the “Fair Work Week” laws. Fairness,...more

NYC Enacts "Fair Work Week" Laws for Retail and Fast Food Employees

by FordHarrison on

New York City’s new package of “Fair Work Week” laws, which go into effect on November 27, 2017, will create new and burdensome scheduling and record-keeping requirements for retailers and fast food establishments, including...more

Unfair Scheduling: How New York City’s New Predictive Scheduling Law Continues The Trend And Makes Operations More Difficult For...

In November 2014, San Francisco passed the first predictive scheduling legislation in the country. Since that time, other states and municipalities have followed San Francisco’s lead, and have either proposed or enacted some...more

New Requirements for Fast Food Employers and Retail Corporations in NYC

by Hodgson Russ LLP on

On Tuesday, May 30, 2017, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio signed into law the “Fair Workweek” legislative package that is designed to ensure predictability of schedules and paychecks for workers in the in New York City...more

New York City Passes Wide-Ranging Legislation Dictating How Retail and Fast Food Establishments Schedule Workers

On May 30, 2017, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio signed into law a package of legislation regulating how retail employers and fast food establishments in New York City schedule their employees to work. Each of these laws...more

Shifty Business: NYC Restricts Shift Scheduling for Retailers and Fast Food Chains

by Seyfarth Shaw LLP on

Seyfarth Synopsis: Five new laws in New York City will impose strict limits on shift scheduling for fast food and retail industry employees. The laws will be effective 180 days after their signing, on November 26, 2017....more

Don’t Change the Schedule: NYC Fast Food and Retail Employers Must Take Notice

by Saul Ewing LLP on

Beginning November 2017, fast food and retail employers in New York City will be forced to think twice before making changes to employees’ schedules. Last week, Mayor Bill de Blasio signed the “Fair Workweek” bills into law,...more

Attention NYC Retail Employers! On-Call Scheduling to End

Effective November 26, 2017, retail employees in New York City will be entitled to advance notice of their scheduled shifts, and the practice of “on-call shifts”–where an employee is required to be available to work but not...more

May 2017: The Top 10 Labor And Employment Law Stories

by Fisher Phillips on

It’s hard to keep up with all the recent changes to labor and employment law. While it always seems to evolve at a rapid pace, the last few months have seen an unprecedented number of changes. May 2017 was no different, with...more

NYC Mayor Signs Into Law Suite of Retail and Fast Food Employee Protections

On May 30, 2017, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio signed a bill package into law that will impose new restrictions on retail and fast food employers with regard to employee scheduling, hiring, and pay practices. The laws...more

‘Fair Work Week’ Legislation Will Significantly Impact Fast Food And Retail Employers

by Fox Rothschild LLP on

On May 24, 2017, the New York City Council passed a legislative package of five bills, known as the “Fair Work Week” legislation. On May 30, 2017, Mayor Bill de Blasio signed the legislative package into law. These new laws...more

NYC Scheduling Laws Will Constrain Employers’ Scheduling And Flexibility - Retail and Fast Food Employers Soon Subject To “Fair...

by Fisher Phillips on

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio signed a suite of legislation dubbed the “Fair Workweek” bills into effect on May 30, 2017, which will limit the scheduling practices and flexibility of certain employers. These laws are...more

Georgia Enacts New Laws Relating to Paid Sick Leave and Pay for Schedule Changes

by Jones Day on

On May 8, 2017, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signed two employment-related laws, both of which become effective on July 1, 2017. First, he signed the employee-friendly Act 203 (S.B. 201). Under the new law, if an employer...more

Mayor Signs Major Workplace Reforms For Fast Food & Retail Workers

by Jackson Lewis P.C. on

Mayor Bill de Blasio signed the New York City Council’s five-bill Fair Work Week legislative package, intended to reform scheduling and workplace practices for fast food and retail workers in New York City. On May 30,...more

New York City Council Passes Major Workplace Reforms For Fast Food & Retail Workers

by Jackson Lewis P.C. on

The New York City Council has passed five bills as part of a legislative package intended to reform scheduling and workplace practices for fast food and retail workers in New York City. The legislative package, first...more

What’s Compensable?

by Zelle LLP on

The Fair Labor Standards Act has made plenty of news recently, but most of the attention has been focused on who qualifies for overtime. For much of 2016, it looked like new federal regulations would require that anyone...more

Georgia Laws Endorse ‘On Call Scheduling’ Practice And Provide Limited Paid Sick Leave Protections

by Jackson Lewis P.C. on

Georgia Governor Nathan Deal has signed into law a measure preempting any local wage laws or requirements that employers compensate employees for changes related to employee schedules. Act 221 (H.B. 243) continues Georgia’s...more

Latest Developments from the Connecticut General Assembly: The Labor and Public Employees Committee Begins to Speak - April 2017

We earlier had written on Working Together about the proposed bills that the General Assembly’s Labor and Public Employees Committee voted favorably on and advanced out of committee at its February 21, 2017 and March 2, 2017...more

The California Edition of the Employment & Labor Newsletter - April 2017

by Wilson Elser on

Exceptions to California’s “Going and Coming” Rule - In Lynn v. Tatitlek Support Services, Inc., E063585, Super.Ct.No. CIVBS1200525, 2/22/17, the plaintiffs appealed a summary judgment at the California Court of Appeal...more

Daily Q&A with Ellen Adams

by GableGotwals on

Last year, a coalition of nine attorneys general issued a joint letter to several major retailers requesting documents and answers about employee scheduling, specifically “on-call scheduling.” The states joining in the...more

New York City Council Committee Pursues Predictive Scheduling and Other Labor Bills

by Littler on

On Friday, March 3, 2017, the New York City Council’s Committee on Civil Service and Labor considered a package of six bills that could significantly affect the scheduling of fast food and other employees. These measures seek...more

Wage and Hour Compliance: Off-the-Clock Work

by McManis Faulkner on

Thanks to the wonders of technology, it has become increasingly easier for non-exempt employees to engage in small work-related acts, or to be “on call” for their employer, after they have “clocked out” at the end of a shift....more

2016 New York Employment Law Year In Review

2016 brought big changes for New York State and City employers, including expansive new discrimination protections and substantial increases in the minimum wage and exempt salary thresholds. While New York employers who...more

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