LA Council Approves Fair Work Week Ordinance Aimed at Helping Retail Workers

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The City Council voted for an ordinance Tuesday that requires retail employers in Los Angeles to provide work schedules to employees at least 14 days in advance, and provide at least 10 hours rest between shifts.

The Los Angeles Fair Work Week Ordinance, proposed by Councilman Curren Price in 2019, has been through various discussions and edits for the past three years. It seeks to soften the unpredictability of retail employee schedules.

Price said the ordinance — which will come back to the council next week for a second vote — will impact an estimated 70,000 workers at large retailers in Los Angeles.

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