Final rules for the Seattle Secure Scheduling Ordinance were published on April 13 by the City of Seattle’s Office of Labor Standards (OLS). Although the Scheduling Ordinance and Final Rules will dramatically change how covered employers schedule workers, the City’s OLS appears to have listened to employers’ concerns. The rules reflect OLS’s attempts to address some of those concerns.
Now, it’s time for covered employers — large retailers and restaurants with 500 employees — to undertake a major overhaul to their scheduling practices between now and the law’s effective date, July 1. To assist, Lane Powell has prepared this checklist to get you started:
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