In addition to federal and state laws, San Francisco currently has ten labor and employment laws that apply only to employees working within the City.1 On December 5, 2014,2 the eleventh San Francisco-specific employment law was enacted, expanding the rights of some retail workers employed by specified retail employers.
The “Retail Workers Bill of Rights,” which consists of two ordinances (Nos. 140880 and 141024),3 will regulate the employment of some part-time retail workers in San Francisco.
Which San Francisco employers are affected?
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