City of Los Angeles’ Fair Work Week Ordinance
The City of Los Angeles' Fair Work Week Ordinance, which is set to take effect on April 1, 2023. The ordinance is designed to improve scheduling predictability and stability for workers in the retail, hospitality, and fast-food industries, as well as certain janitorial and security service employees.
Under the ordinance, covered employers will be required to provide employees with a written work schedule at least two weeks in advance, and to compensate employees for last-minute schedule changes or cancellations. The ordinance also provides for a right to rest between shifts, and requires covered employers to offer additional work hours to existing employees before hiring new staff.
Overall, the aim of the ordinance is to improve the work-life balance of employees in affected industries, and to provide greater economic stability for low-wage workers who may have limited control over their work schedules.
This article is for general information purposes and is not intended to be and should not be taken as legal advice.
Click the following link for "City of Los Angeles’ Fair Work Week Ordinance" compliance posters:
City of Los Angeles Fair Work Week Notice (Bilingual)
Los Angeles Contractor Living Wage Ordinance (Bilingual)
Los Angeles California City Labor Law Poster (Bilingual)