Monday, 3 February 2014 | buzz
Chapter 103.85 Wisconsin Statutes provides that: employers operating factories or mercantile establishments (enterprises engaged in retail trade) in the State of Wisconsin must provide employees with at least one period consisting of 24 consecutive hours of rest in each calendar week. If Wisconsin state Senator Glenn Grothman has his way, that law could change. Grothman, a Republican from West Bend, has proposed allowing employees to work seven days a week, if they sign a form saying they consent to the change in schedule. Glenn Grothman joined the Eight O’Clock Buzz on Monday February 3, 2014.