"Stick to the Schedule: Seattle's Secure Scheduling Ordinance and You," Webinar, Davis Wright Tremaine
By Gillian Murphy and Laura Turczanski
Starting July 1, retail establishments and food service providers with over 500 employees company-wide will need to comply with Seattle’s Secure Scheduling Ordinance. Employees of these entities will need to be provided with advanced notice of their work schedule, compensated if this work schedule changes, paid if on-call, and more.
In this webinar, we covered exactly what changes will be made and steps you can take to make sure you are in compliance.
- Understanding the nuances of the law
- Changing your practices and notifying employees
- Ensuring compliance with the Ordinance’s record-keeping requirements
- Updating employee handbooks and policies