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Types of legislation laws to be aware of when the fair work week hits your state.
Employees can request flexiible working arrangements free from retaliation by employers
Employers must provide employees with a certain amount of advance notice of schedules before beginning employment
Additional compensation is required when employers make last-minute changes to employees' schedules
Compensation for a certain number of hours is required when employees are on-call but never asked to work
Employers must pay employees for some portion of their originally scheduled shifts when they report for work but have cancelled or reduced shifts
Additional compensation is required for employees who work shifts with a gap between scheduled hours in the same day
Employers must give employees a minimum number of hours between shifts, or extra pay for those who consent to work shifts without the rest period
Employers must treat part-time and full-time employees equally with regard to wages, benefits, and eligibility for pay raises
Requires employers to offer additional available hours to qualified existing employees before hiring any additional workers
With new scheduling laws being passed each quarter, Branch allows you to stay compliant through scheduling settings.
Each state has different scheduling laws, so Branch allows you to customize settings across each state.
Easily distribute schedules in advance, provide equal opportunity to cover shifts for all employees, and give real-time visibility to schedule changes.
Get audit records for voluntary shift coverage requests and document short notice shift changes to offer premium pay.