San Francisco Attorneys Review Predictive Scheduling Laws
In their byline article for Corporate Compliance Insights titled “Emerging Strategies in the Evolving Area of Predictive Scheduling,” San Francisco Partner Collin D. Cook and Associate Anthony E. Guzman examine the rise of predictive scheduling laws nationwide. Many cities and states have proposed and implemented their own unique predictive scheduling laws, with the retail and hospitality industries taking the brunt of the regulation.
Collin and Anthony encourage employers to, among other things, audit their locations to determine if a predictive scheduling law applies in a certain jurisdiction and to build human resource compliance tools. They remind employers that there is rarely a “one-size-fits-all” approach, but that it is important to keep up to date on changing employment laws.
To read the full article, visit Corporate Compliance Insights.