Guide to Predictability Pay Tool

Clopening (shift spanning two days with less than ten hours between)

Oregon’s Fair Work Week Law (S.B. 828) went into effect July 1, 2018. UFCW Local 555 is dedicated to ensuring membership is empowered with knowledge of how this new law will affect them in the workplace*.

Please use the interactive guide below for information regarding how clopenings (a shift spanning two days with less than ten hours between) impact predictability pay, and/or download the flowchart available for download here.

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Use our Rep Finder to ask your rep any questions you may have about Fair Work Week and how that applies to your workplace.
If you would like to help us keep a record of Fair Work Week violations, please submit information to our violations page.

Please keep in mind this form is for informational purposes only, and contact your rep or contact BOLI  if you would like to submit an official complaint

*Who is impacted by Fair Work Week?
 Employees of retail, hospitality or food services establishments (including chains and integrated enterprises) that employ 500 or more employees worldwide who are primarily engaged in providing retail, hospitality or food services are covered.
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