Explore how predictive scheduling laws present new challenges and what food service companies can do to minimize compliance risk.
Employee scheduling is undergoing a significant transformation in the food service industry. New predictive scheduling laws (also known as Fair Workweek legislation), designed to protect workers from last-minute changes to shifts, increase compliance complexity — especially for businesses that operate across multiple jurisdictions where the rules may differ. Because noncompliance can lead to stiff penalties and costly lawsuits, it’s critical that restaurants find effective ways to meet evolving regulations.
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