LA City Council, Drafting FAIR WORKWEEK POLICY

Posted by Timewaster 7 months, 1 week ago to Business
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I’m posting what iHeartRadio was willing to share. They have not willingly send any more information or what city records are available.

L.A. city officials have been drafting a Fair Workweek policy to get retail employees more steady work. Haley Potiker (pottick-urr) with L.A.'s Alliance for a New Economy says part-time and seasonal workers struggle most because they don't have consistency with shifts often being cut or added unexpectedly. The L.A. City Council could pass the Fair Workweek policy by the end of the year.

I will update the post as soon as I get more information.

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  • Posted by $ Dobrien 7 months, 1 week ago
    There will be a sucking sound as the jobs are lost to surrounding communities.
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    • Posted by $ 25n56il4 7 months ago
      How can the City Council dictate to retailers the hours or days their employees work?
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      • Posted by 7 months ago
        They are wanting to make it so we have to schedule them 3 weeks out so the have 2 weeks to ask for changes. my part timers on the dock get on call pay for showing up, if I do not put them on the dock in the first 2 hours of the show up. Now this will require I give them 4 hours pay for no work. I normally get them out to work or sent home in the first hour, so they get one hour on the clock for free.
        They are claiming that I am creating them to have to much stress.
        With the 15 per hour I am going to have to cut the part timers I have on call all together. SJW Group getting the city & then the county to force these regulations down our throats. read the link it will blow you away.
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  • Posted by $ AJAshinoff 7 months, 1 week ago
    So nice that the state will determine for every business how much they pay people and how many days a week a company can work their employees. Soon those working lesser days will need more money per hour to make ends meet. Automation. No work week considerations and no wages. CA weaving its own noise.
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  • Posted by $ Olduglycarl 7 months ago
    That surely is a Wast of Time, Timewaster...laughing.
    They will either close up shop, not hire extra employees or go to robots; maybe even self serve shopping with camera all over the place.
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