On Thursday, OSCC submitted formal comments on the proposed regulations governing Oregon's new predictive scheduling law.
Of particular note, OSCC is very concerned about BOLI's proposed regulations and how they may impact local temporary staffing firms.
The United Food & Commercial Workers (UFCW) union made a full court press to re-write the legislation in BOLI to mandate that temporary staffing agencies were covered by the new predictive scheduling mandates when legislative intent was clear that temp agencies were exempt from the law.
To date, BOLI is siding with UFCW, but that may change given the strong testimony from legislators, the American Staffing Association, OSCC and others.
You can see OSCC testimony here.