A Manager's Guide to Predictive Scheduling
1 hour 30 minutes
Understand the requirements you must follow to remain in compliance with the predictive scheduling laws.
Predictive scheduling laws are sweeping across the country, especially in cities in the Northeast and on the West Coast. These laws are unlike any previous laws and require the business to schedule employees well in advance and pay employees penalties if their schedules change. This makes it difficult for the businesses covered by these new laws to adapt to customer needs. Further, failure to comply with these new laws can expose a business to significant liability. This topic will discuss predictive scheduling laws, using New York City’s predictive scheduling law as an example. The material will explain the requirements that businesses must follow to remain in compliance with these new laws, including the data and paperwork that must be maintained and retained daily. We will also discuss the severe ramifications that businesses face if they do not comply with these new laws.
• You will be able to describe predictive scheduling.
• You will be able to discuss the basic requirements of predictive scheduling laws.
• You will be able to explain the ramifications for failing to comply with predictive scheduling laws.
• You will be able to identify the jurisdictions where predictive scheduling laws currently exist.