A new trend is spreading across the nation. Legislators and employee rights advocates call it “predictive” scheduling. Employers often refer to it as “restrictive” scheduling. For employers (especially in the food service, hospitality, and retail sectors), whatever you call these new scheduling laws, the question is whether the legal trend of mandating how employers schedule employees will spread across the country.

The answer is maybe—so it is a trend worth following closely.

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