Fair Workweek laws, also called Predictability Pay laws, are intended to ensure fair scheduling practices within hospitality and service industries that traditionally suffer erratic work schedules. They ensure employees are provided a predictable number of hours and stable pattern of work. Fair Workweek is beginning to have an impact on new markets and its effects have expanded into other industries that are now making favorable additions to their own rules and regulations.
Which cities and states currently enforce Fair Workweek regulations?
Fair Workweek laws have passed in the following cities and localities:
Harri offers the most cohesive solution on the market to support operators in navigating the operational burden Fair Workweek regulations impose.
Empower your teams with the ability to manage schedules, monitor scheduling fees, and properly report premium pay.
Distribute, manage, and complete Good Faith Estimate documentation with employees throughout the pre and post hire lifecycle.
Build schedules that utilize historical data, demand forecasting, and activity-based intelligence to assess the precise amount of labor needed, weeks in advance.
Receive Real-Time Alerts
Access real-time alerts to schedule changes and employee time-off requests that require Fair Workweek considerations and tracking.
View alerts when publishing changes to a schedule that
will result in premium pay entitlements.
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Preparing for Fair Workweek
Manage these complex regulations in a proactive fashion, both from a scheduling and a timekeeping perspective, allowing operators to more effectively schedule and manage teams, while minimizing the risk of non-compliance. Download a free Fair Workweek Checklist to audit your current schedule & Fair Workweek provider.