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    What is reasonable time to inform an employee that his/her schedule has changed. I understand that if an employee does not work their schedule they can be terminated.

    However, if at the last minute their schedule needs to be changed, or the employee is required to come in and work OT how much notice, if any, is required to be given?

    These employee's fall under the Service Contract Act in the State of CA

    Is there a CA DOL/SCA reference for these actions?
    Last edited by golfnuttoo; 03-17-2010, 07:29 AM.

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    There is none under CA wage and hour law generally.

    Is there a state version of the SCA?
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    • #3
      No there isn't a state version in any state for the Service Contract Act.
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        Then I don't see where the federal SCA makes a difference.
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        • #5
          Although not good practice, we will be within the limits of the law if we call an employee the night before requiring them to come in and work a schedule change or overtime.

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            Yes, you would.
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