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Richard Greenberg Comments on New York City's New Scheduling Laws for Fast-food and Retail Employers

  • June 15, 2017
  • From SHRM

Richard Greenberg comments on New York City employers in the fast-food and retail industries will soon have to comply with new employee scheduling laws related to breaks between shifts, predictable hours, on-call scheduling and more in "New York City Fast-Food and Retail Employers Must Note New Scheduling Laws," published by SHRM.

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