Posts Tagged ‘Good Faith’

Oregon’s New Scheduling Law Starts July 1


Oregon is the first state to adopt a predictive scheduling law statewide for the retail, food services, and hospitality industries that will go into effect on July 1. S.B. 828, also known as the Fair Work Week Act, pertains to foodservice, hospitality, and retail establishments that have operations in Oregon and have at least 500…

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Predictive Scheduling Making an Impact In New York


New York City is implementing new rules that will affect the predictability of workers’ schedules in retail stores and fast-food restaurants, becoming the largest city to implement such legislation. These new rules are reflected in a collection of local laws dubbed the “Fair Workweek” legislation (including Int. No. 1387-2016 – applicable only to retail establishments;…

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Will E-Verify Become Mandatory for Employers?

The U.S. House of Representatives is considering legislation that would make E-Verify mandatory for employers. The Legal Workforce Act would require employers to use E-Verify, the electronic database to verify employment eligibility of workers, to check the eligibility of job applicants to work in the U.S. before they are hired. Currently, most employers are not…

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