From those who gave us the $15 minimum wage and dramatic expansion of paid sick leave and other employee benefit mandates across much of the country, they’re establishing a new priority moving forward – Fair Workweek laws. The Fight for $15 and its associated labor groups have seemingly shifted gears and are now organizing in a number of states and cities to push adoption of Fair Workweek Laws. As we’ve reported in the past, New York City, Seattle, Philadelphia, Chicago along with San Francisco and several other cities in California have already adopted some version of the scheduling mandate as has the state of Oregon. Looking ahead, we can expect to see serious efforts put forth to adopt the scheduling mandates in several states during the presidential election cycle, including Massachusetts, New Jersey, Connecticut and California among others. At the federal level, as we’ve advised previously, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and Representative Rosa DeLauro (D-CT) have filed the Schedules That Work Act, which would apply the mandate on businesses across the country.