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23-205 - Employee scheduling; state preemption; exemptions
23-205. Employee scheduling; state preemption; exemptions
A. A city, town or county may not adopt an ordinance, resolution or other regulation that requires an employer to alter or adjust any employee scheduling unless the alteration or adjustment is required by state or federal law. The regulation of employee scheduling is a matter of statewide concern and is not subject to further regulation by a city, town or county.
B. This section does not prohibit:
1. City, town or county scheduling requirements that apply to employees of the city, town or county.
2. A city or town from prescribing security personnel scheduling in specific accordance with a public safety plan ordinance that was adopted by a city or town on or before January 1, 2016.