California is the first state to propose restrictions on an employer’s ability to communicate with employees after work hours.  AB 2751, currently making its way through the California legislature, would give employees the “right to disconnect.”  While this right has been adopted in other countries, such as France, Spain, and Mexico, no state in

Are there are any “predictive scheduling” requirements under California law?  Can California employers change schedules for employees without notice?  These are some of the questions I’ve dealt with lately about scheduling requirements in California.  This Friday’s Five reviews five issues California employers should understand about regulations pertaining to setting and changing schedules under California law:

On November 22, 2022, the City of Los Angeles passed the Los Angeles Fair Work Week Ordinance (“LAFWW”) proposing to regulate retail businesses with employees working in the City.  The LAFWW states that there are over 140,000 workers in the retail sector in the “Los Angeles economy.”  The ordinance sets out that “unpredictability of work

Are there are any “predictive scheduling” requirements under California law?  Can California employers change schedules for employees without notice?  These are some of the questions I’ve dealt with lately about scheduling requirements in California.  This Friday’s Five reviews five issues California employers should understand about regulations pertaining to setting and changing schedules under California law: