Predictive Scheduling

Scheduling changes reach greater impact as Predictive Scheduling spreads to new geographies

Predictive Scheduling (sometimes called “Fair Workweek”) laws are spreading to new states – requiring employers to post schedules for their employees in advance. While these laws vary by state and locality, the workforce management mandates are certainly taking off.

For the hospitality industry, last-minute, on-call scheduling has long been the norm. The shift to fully solidified schedules can be a challenge. While these laws are designed to combat on-call scheduling, ensure rest periods between shifts, and provide advance notice with scheduling, non-compliance can put your business at great risk. Get the latest breakdown:

  • What is Predictive Scheduling?
  • Who benefits?
  • Variations in predictive scheduling laws
  • How do Predictive Scheduling laws affect your business?
  • What can you do to ensure compliance?

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