Update: HB 969, the so called “fair scheduling” received an unfavorable report vote, 20-0 with two excused absents, in
House Economic Matters Committee on Monday March 30. Cross-file bill,
SB 688, also received a Unfavorable Report vote,
11-0. This bill is now considered dead and will not be moving forward this session.
- Requires 21 day advanced written notice of an employee’s work
- Entitles employees to 1 hour of additional “Predictability Pay”
as compensation for any scheduling changes made within 21 days.
- Employers mandated to post written schedules 21 days in advance
of the start of each week that includes all current employees, whether or not
they are scheduled to work or be on call that week.
- On any day the employer either calls an employee to work unexpectedly,
or cancels an employee’s shift outside of the fixed 21-day schedule, the
employer would have to pay the employee’s wages for four hours or the number of
hours the employee was scheduled to work (whichever is less.)
- Requires forms of written consent from the employee to any
changes in schedule.
Outcome: This bill failed to
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