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Post Independent: Glenwood Springs Chamber opposes house bill that would require employers to post employee work schedules further ahead of time

The Glenwood Springs Chamber Resort Association is joining a coalition opposing a house bill that they argue will put unreasonable strains on both employees and employers, the organization announced in a Wednesday news release. announced in a chamber news update Wednesday that they were joining a coalition to oppose a house bill that will put unreasonable strains on both employees and employers.

The Fair Workweek Employment Standards — or House Bill 1118 — would include mandating employers to post employee schedules two weeks ahead of time, along with penalties. The bill was proposed to Colorado legislators on Feb. 8.

“Under the bill, employers would be required to release all work schedules at least two weeks in advance, and provide predictability pay to workers,” the release states.

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