Board Bill Number 104 | Session 2023-2024
A Board Bill related to improving workers' rights by requiring employers to provide advance notice of schedules to employees, to pay employees for time on call, and to pay for time scheduled in the event of late cancelation of shifts. It also provides for The St. Louis Agency on Training and Employment (SLATE) to establish a employee complaint-system; determines penalties including fines; prohibits retaliation against any employee for reporting violations; provides for noninterference with collective bargaining agreements; establishes authority for rules and regulations; establishes records retention requirements; contains a severability clause; and contains an effective date clause dependent upon restored authority of the City to regulate terms of employment.
Latest Bill text:
- Introduced (285.89 KB PDF)
President Megan E Green
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