This amendment would require employers located in Cleveland and Youngstown to do the following:
- Provide employees with expected number of scheduled shifts and specify the days and hours, including on-call shifts at least two weeks in advance.
-Pay part-time workers the same starting hourly wage that full-time receive and part-time workers must be given proportional access to employer provided paid and unpaid time off, including sick leave, personal leave, and vacation.
-Employers would not be allowed to hire any additional part-time workers without offering current part-time workers full-time employment
In addition to these changes, employers would be required to retain employment and payroll records pertaining to current and former part-time workers for a minimum of three years.
ORA along with its partners is working on a campaign to defeat this proposal that will be burdensome on all business owners.