Representative Kara Hope (D-Holt) introduced legislation that places requirements on employers to provide information on future work schedules. Known as “predictive scheduling,” under the legislation an employer would have to provide work schedules at least 14-days in advance.
Once posted, any changes need to occur with advance notice and the employee can decline any work that wasn’t posted on the original advanced notice. The bill outlines compensation by the employer for changes made to the pre-posted schedule.
The legislation has been referred to the House Commerce and Tourism Committee for consideration.
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