Just days after Governor Phil Murphy signed a dramatic expansion of the WARN Act (Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification) and only a week after the governor pushed for a millionaire tax in his State of the State address, New Jersey activists unveiled plans for push for legislative passage of Senate bill 921, the so-called Fair Workweek law across the state. The proposal includes such gems as mandatory 14 day notices of work schedules; ‘predictability pay’ for shift changes after the 14 day notice; ‘rest shortfall pay’ at time and a half for any employee who works within 12 hours of the end of the employee’s last shift; and ‘retention pay’ for cases where a new employee is hired before existing employees work their preferred number of hours (without requiring overtime), among others. In addition, the proposed legislation would add significant penalties to any number of violations of the Fair Workweek law. At this juncture, it is too early to determine the likelihood of passage or potential amendments to the proposal, which is being pushed by a coalition led by SEIU and a host of other labor and left-wing organizations.