2017 Regular Session
|At the request of:|
|Chief Sponsors:||Senator Dembrow, Taylor, Representative Keny-Guyer, Bynum, Holvey, Lininger, Nosse, Parrish|
|Regular Sponsors:||Senator Burdick, Frederick, Gelser, Manning Jr, Prozanski, Riley, Representative Alonso Leon, Evans, Fahey, Helm, Hernandez, Piluso, Power, Rayfield, Sanchez, Smith Warner, Williamson, Witt|
|Bill Title:||Relating to employee work schedules; and declaring an emergency.|
|Catchline/Summary:||Requires large employers in specified industries to provide new employee with estimated work schedule and to provide current employee with seven days' notice of employee work schedule.
Extends work schedule notice period to two weeks effective July 1, 2020. Permits large employers in specified industries to maintain list of employees for work shift coverage in certain circumstances. Prohibits large employers in specified industries from scheduling work shifts that do not allow sufficient break time in between shifts unless employee earns 1.5 times scheduled rate of pay. Requires large employers in specified industries to pay penalty wage if employer changes scheduled shift with less than seven days' notice. Provides exception to penalty wage in certain circumstances. Requires large employers in specified industries to maintain records relating to compliance for three years. Makes unlawful employment practice for large employers in specified industries to interfere with employee rights or retaliate against employee for exercising rights granted to employee under Act. Allows for administrative or civil cause of action and statutory penalties for each violation. Repeals sunset of preemption of local government regulation of work schedules. Declares emergency, effective on passage.
|Chapter Number:||Chapter 691|
|Fiscal Impact:||Fiscal Impact Issued|
|Revenue Impact:||No Revenue Impact|
|Measure Analysis:||Staff Measure Summary / Impact Statements|
|Current Location:||Chapter Number Assigned|