World News: 14:01 GMT Tuesday 3rd December 2019. [Stock Market via SPi World News]
The proposal is modeled after a bill that Warren, a U.S. senator from Massachusetts, introduced in Congress called the Schedules that Work Act, to require employers in the food service, retail, cleaning, hospitality and warehouse industries to give employees two weeks' notice of their work schedules. If an employee seeks a change to accommodate caring for a family member, attend training or educational classes or a second job, employers would have to accede to the request unless they provide a 'legitimate business reason' why not, according to a preview of the plan Warren detailed on the website Medium. 'Many employers - especially in the retail and service industries - have adopted 'just in time' scheduling practices that use algorithms to assign workers hours in real time,' Warren wrote.
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