By: Richard S. Rosenberg
Justin T. Youngs
From: Ballard Rosenberg Golper & Savitt, LLP
September 5, 2017

If you have never heard of “predictive scheduling,” read on. The concept, which refers to the legal requirement of providing employees advance notice of their work schedules (and any changes to those schedules), has picked up steam in several cities and states, including California.

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“Movers and Shakers” Law Firm Profile by Niccol Kording Flash back to the spring of 1975. It’s Los Angeles and the legal profession is booming. UCLA is set to graduate another class of future lawyers, including young John Golper, ready to embark on his chosen path – labor law. In fact. he chose UCLA because…

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