File #: Int 1388-2016    Version: Name: Banning consecutive work shifts in fast food restaurants involving both the closing and opening of the restaurant.
Type: Introduction Status: Enacted
Committee: Committee on Civil Service and Labor
On agenda: 12/6/2016
Enactment date: 5/30/2017 Law number: 2017/100
Title: A Local Law to amend the administrative code of the city of New York, in relation to banning consecutive work shifts in fast food restaurants involving both the closing and opening of the restaurant
Sponsors: Corey D. Johnson, Andrew Cohen, Helen K. Rosenthal, Antonio Reynoso, Ritchie J. Torres, Donovan J. Richards, Brad S. Lander, Costa G. Constantinides, Stephen T. Levin, Mark Levine, Deborah L. Rose, Rafael Salamanca, Jr., James G. Van Bramer, Karen Koslowitz, Ben Kallos, Rory I. Lancman, Carlos Menchaca, Margaret S. Chin, Elizabeth S. Crowley, Mark Treyger, Fernando Cabrera , Ydanis A. Rodriguez, Rafael L. Espinal, Jr., Mathieu Eugene, Alan N. Maisel, I. Daneek Miller, Jumaane D. Williams, Laurie A. Cumbo, Daniel Dromm , Robert E. Cornegy, Jr., Inez D. Barron, Vanessa L. Gibson, Julissa Ferreras-Copeland, Andy L. King, Annabel Palma, Vincent J. Gentile, James Vacca, Bill Perkins, Rosie Mendez, Ruben Wills, The Public Advocate (Ms. James)
Council Member Sponsors: 41
Summary: This bill would ban “clopenings” for fast food employees; fast food employers would not be allowed to require fast food workers to work back-to-back shifts when the first shift closes the establishment and the second shift opens it the next day, with fewer than 11 hours in between. The employer will need to pay pay an employee who works a “clopening” shift $100 for each instance that such employee works such shifts.
Attachments: 1. Legislative History Report, 2. Summary of Int. No. 1388-A, 3. Summary of Int. No. 1388, 4. December 6, 2016 - Stated Meeting Agenda with Links to Files, 5. Int. No. 1388, 6. Committee Report 3/3/17, 7. Hearing Testimony 3/3/17, 8. Hearing Transcript 3/3/17, 9. Proposed Int. No. 1388-A - 5/30/17, 10. Committee Report 5/22/17, 11. Hearing Transcript 5/22/17, 12. May 24, 2017 - Stated Meeting Agenda with Links to Files, 13. Fiscal Impact Statement, 14. Hearing Transcript - Stated Meeting 5-24-17, 15. Mayor's Letter, 16. Int. No. 1388-A (FINAL), 17. Minutes of the Recessed Stated Meeting of May 10, 2017 held on May 24, 2017
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6/2/2017ACorey D. Johnson City Council Recved from Mayor by Council  Action details Meeting details Not available
5/30/2017ACorey D. Johnson Mayor Signed Into Law by Mayor  Action details Meeting details Not available
5/30/2017ACorey D. Johnson Mayor Hearing Held by Mayor  Action details Meeting details Not available
5/24/2017ACorey D. Johnson City Council Approved by CouncilPass Action details Meeting details Not available
5/22/2017*Corey D. Johnson Committee on Civil Service and Labor Hearing Held by Committee  Action details Meeting details Not available
5/22/2017*Corey D. Johnson Committee on Civil Service and Labor Amendment Proposed by Comm  Action details Meeting details Not available
5/22/2017*Corey D. Johnson Committee on Civil Service and Labor Amended by Committee  Action details Meeting details Not available
5/22/2017ACorey D. Johnson Committee on Civil Service and Labor Approved by CommitteePass Action details Meeting details Not available
3/3/2017*Corey D. Johnson Committee on Civil Service and Labor Hearing Held by Committee  Action details Meeting details Not available
3/3/2017*Corey D. Johnson Committee on Civil Service and Labor Laid Over by Committee  Action details Meeting details Not available
12/6/2016*Corey D. Johnson City Council Referred to Comm by Council  Action details Meeting details Not available
12/6/2016*Corey D. Johnson City Council Introduced by Council  Action details Meeting details Not available

Int. No. 1388-A

By Council Members Johnson, Cohen, Rosenthal, Reynoso, Torres, Richards, Lander, Constantinides, Levin, Levine, Rose, Salamanca, Van Bramer, Koslowitz, Kallos, Lancman, Menchaca, Chin, Crowley, Treyger, Cabrera, Rodriguez, Espinal, Eugene, Maisel, Miller, Williams, Cumbo, Dromm, Cornegy, Barron, Gibson, Ferreras-Copeland, King, Palma, Gentile, Vacca, Perkins, Mendez, Wills and the Public Advocate (Ms. James)

 

A Local Law to amend the administrative code of the city of New York, in relation to banning consecutive work shifts in fast food restaurants involving both the closing and opening of the restaurant

 

Be it enacted by the Council as follows:

Section 1. Chapter 12 of title 20 of the administrative code of the city of New York is amended by adding a new subchapter 3 to read as follows:

Subchapter 3

Minimum Time Between Shifts

§ 20-1231 Minimum time between shifts. Unless the fast food employee requests or consents to work such hours in writing, no fast food employer shall require any fast food employee to work two shifts with fewer than 11 hours between the end of the first shift and the beginning of the second shift when the first shift ends the previous calendar day or spans two calendar days. The fast food employer shall pay the fast food employee $100 for each instance that the employee works such shifts.

§ 2. This local law takes effect on the later of 180 days after it becomes law or the date that a local law amending the administrative code of the city of New York in relation to establishing general provisions governing fair work practices and requiring certain fast food employers to provide advance notice of work schedules to employees and to provide schedule change premium compensation when hours are changed after required notices, as proposed in introduction number 1396-A for the year 2016, takes effect, except that the director of the office of labor standards shall take such measures as are necessary for the implementation of this local law, including the promulgation of rules, before such date.

 

 

 

MWC

LS 9020 and LS 9068

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