Secure Scheduling Ordinance: Collective bargaining agreements

Secure Scheduling Ordinance: Collective bargaining agreements

On Sept. 19, 2016, the Seattle City Council unanimously passed the Secure Scheduling Ordinance into law. This is the final installation of bite-sized pieces to get you up to speed. Or, if you have some time and want to dig in, read our in-depth analysis here.

For today: Ordinance Requirements Can be Waived in a Collective Bargaining Agreement

The requirements of this ordinance do not apply to any employees covered by a collective bargaining agreement if such requirements are expressly waived in the collective bargaining agreement if the employees have ratified an alternative structure for secure scheduling that meets the public policy goals of this ordinance.

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