Philadelphia Is Emerging As A Leader On Workplace Regs

Law360 (October 8, 2019, 1:22 PM EDT) -- Just this last year, the Philadelphia City Council passed two of the most progressive workplace ordinances in the nation. The first mandates a fair workweek by imposing a requirement of a regular work schedule for retail and hospitality and food service employees. The second makes it illegal to fire parking industry employees without just cause, a standard that has always been the hallmark of collective bargaining.

These new ordinances come after a cornucopia of previously passed legislation that includes a so-called ban the box ordinance making it unlawful to inquire about or take adverse action against an employment candidate because of...

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