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San Jose Enacts Scheduling Ordinance

Certain Small Businesses Exempt from Coverage

  • The city is expected to publish (and employers must post) a notice of employee rights under the ordinance.
  • Covered employers must maintain the following records (in addition to existing recordkeeping requirements) for 4 years:
    For any new hire of employees or subcontractors, documentation of the offer of additional hours of work to existing employees prior to completing the hire;
  • Employee work schedules; and
  • Any other records the city requires.

The ordinance takes effect on the 90th day after it is certified. Click here (Exhibit A) to read the text of the ordinance for additional provisions.


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