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New York proposes rules on paying for unpredictable schedules

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Employers in New York will be subject to new “call-in” pay and scheduling requirements under recently proposed state regulations. The issue is “just-in-time” or “on-demand” scheduling of workers. According to Gov. Andrew Cuomo, this practice entails the scheduling or cancelling of a worker’s shift with little or no advance notice.

New York regulators have focused their enforcement sights on unpredictable schedules, and Cuomo recently announced new proposed regulations.

Read the proposed regulations at labor.ny.gov/workerprotection/laborstandards/pdfs/employee-scheduling-proposed-rule.pdf.

At the governor’s direction, the New York State Department of Labor recently held hearings across the state on this issue, which led to issuance of the proposed regulations.

If enacted, the proposed regulations would amend New York’s catch-all “Miscellaneous Industries” minimum wage order, including those portions ...(register to read more)

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