• Dean Royer

Retail chain store law update #2

Changes to San Francisco retail chain store law.

On July 7, 2015, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors made changes to the Formula Retail Employee Rights Ordinances. The changes are:

  1. To be covered, employers must have 40 retail sales establishments (increased from 20 establishments)

  2. Pay for employees scheduled for on-call shifts when their shifts are changed with less than seven-day’s notice

  3. Enforcement by warnings only for the first three months following July 3, 2015

  4. Part-time employees’ right to take three days to decide whether to accept additional hours

  5. Employers’ ability to notify employees of offer of additional hours by posting a notice in the workplace

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