Number of people impacted by recently passed state and local comprehensive fair workweek laws
|Jurisdiction||Laws||Industries covered||Number of workers covered|
|San Francisco||Formula Retail Employee Rights Ordinances (March 2016)||Retail trade||23,000|
|San José||Opportunity to Work Ordinance (March 2017)||Private sector||175,000|
|Emeryville, Calif.||Fair Workweek Ordinance (July 2017)||Retail trade and fast food||2,500|
|Seattle||Secure Scheduling Ordinance (July 2017)||Retail trade and fast food||40,000|
|Oregon||Fair Work Week Act (August 2017)||Retail trade and accommodation & food services||172,000|
|New York City||Fair Workweek Law (November 2017)||Retail trade and fast food||327,000|
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Notes: Estimates for San José, Seattle, Oregon, and New York City are calculated as shown in Tables 2, 3, 4, and 5, respectively.
Sources: For San Francisco and Emeryville, estimates are from the Center for Popular Democracy and the City of Emeryville. For San José, Seattle, Oregon, and New York City, source is EPI analysis of data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Current Employment Statistics, Current Population Survey, Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages; the U.S. Census Bureau’s Quarterly Workforce Indicators and American Community Survey; and the Puget Sound Regional Council.