It has become the law in a number of California localities, as well as Seattle and New York City and most recently, the state of Oregon (where it becomes effective July 1), but now the city of Philadelphia is seemingly the latest to consider adopting a so-called Fair Workweek law. Philadelphia Councilor Helen Gym filed legislation this week that would require businesses with at least 250 employees and 20 locations nationally to provide advanced notice of work schedules to workers, along with access to more hours of work, and extra compensation for last minute changes to employee work schedules. The proposal has 8 co-sponsors currently, but is not expected to be considered by the council until sometime later this year.