Predictive scheduling laws are spreading across the country, and if your restaurant operates in an affected area, you had better be prepared. Why? Because this legal minefield could severely damage your bottom-line.
Lawmakers in five regions have approved these laws, which mandate complex rules on how businesses can schedule their employees. Affected food operators must:
Failure to comply with these new laws could cost your business thousands of dollars. If you operate in any of the following locations, you need to find the right solution.
• Affects fast food operators with 30 locations nationally
• Employers must give schedules 14 days in advance
• Last-minute changes will cost businesses $10 to $75 in extra wages per change
• Employers must give employees a break of more than 11 hours between shifts
• Employers must maintain compliance records for 3 years
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