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Sac Bee: California Assembly shelves push for work-scheduling notice

Conceding that he lacked the votes, California Assemblyman David Chiu on Thursday shelved a pro-labor measure requiring employers to give their workers at least two weeks’ notice about shifts. Assembly Bill 357 reflected a focus by unions, in California and nationwide, on what they dub increasingly frenetic and disruptive work schedules. The United Food and Commercial Workers union recently launched an ad campaign charging that sophisticated new scheduling algorithms are making hours less predictable. (Sac Bee, June 4, 2015)


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CalChamber Policy Advocate Laura E. Curtis provides the latest information on SB 1300 at the CalChamber Capitol Summit on May 23, 2018.

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Why AB 3080 Is Preempted by Federal Law

With much fanfare, Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher (D-San Diego) has presented her AB 3080, an attempt to preclude the prospective use of non-disclosure and arbitration agreements. Although the measure is…

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