Law360, New York (May 21, 2015, 11:42 AM EDT) -- Shift scheduling emerged as the latest battleground in U.S. labor relations in April 2015 as a California federal judge and New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman put on-call shifts, or call-in shifts, at the forefront of the ongoing public discourse on employee relations. On-call shifts (not to be confused with on-call time, discussed below) require an employee to call in to work prior to the start of a tentatively scheduled shift to find out whether he or she needs to report for work. Call-in lead times vary from one employer to the next, but employees are typically required to call...
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