It would seem that the next call to arms against the business community will be about insufficient notice of being called in to work. Our readers may recall that earlier this year, we reported on San Francisco passing a Retail Workers Bill of Rights, which among other provisions penalizes employers for not giving employees a minimum 2-week notice of their work schedule. This week, we learn that New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is looking into whether major retailer are requiring their workers to work so-called “on-call shifts”. Schneiderman sent letters to Massachusetts-based TJX Companies, as well as Target, Sears and others about the issue. Now, Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey is said to be “reaching out to” Schneiderman’s office. Is this tomorrow’s issue du jour??