Find out how CPAs can comply with new legislation
We’ve been talking a lot about the predictive scheduling laws that are starting to crop up around the US. From coast to coast, employees in certain industries are asking for more predictive work schedules to better balance their work and their personal lives, cut down on work-related stress, and even earn more money.
In response, some cities and states have already implemented laws echoing the sentiment. For the most part, predictive scheduling laws require employers to provide employees’ schedules in advance. And if those schedules aren’t provided on time or are changed at the last minute, some cities and states require employers to compensate affected employees.
The requirements are many, and the penalties are steep. So CPA Academy, along with HR Dive contributor Riia O’Donnell and TSheets, hosted a webinar to help CPAs learn more about predictive scheduling.
Check out the recording below to learn more about:
- Common rules and regulations for predictive scheduling
- Why these laws are being enacted
- The impact these laws have on employees
- How predictive scheduling can benefit your company
By the end of the hour, you’ll have a head start on understanding the laws and why they’re important to employers and employees. O’Donnell will even discuss how predictive schedules can help you attract and retain employees.