Secure Scheduling: Is your organization ready for Predictability Pay?

Aug 18, 2017 9:00:00 AM

Kim Wennerberg, a Kronos consultant with over 15 years of experience, dives deeper into the Secure Scheduling Law and how Predicitability pay may affect your organization. 

 

You thought the California Meal Penalty was a challenge? Coming soon to you (if not already!) may be schedule-related laws generally called “Secure Scheduling” with the consequence being “Predictability Pay” to employees, and fines to government agencies. 

 

The City of Seattle is one US city which recently implemented their version of a Secure Scheduling law. This put new requirements in place which compensate hourly employees who work at large retail establishments and food services for employer-initiated schedule changes. The result of this Seattle law creates what is known as Predictability Pay.  

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