In Seattle workers may soon have a say in their work schedules.

FOX's John Saucier explains:

We all know that workers want a fair minimum wage, but what about the right to make their own schedules? Well, that might be happening in Seattle.

The city which passed a $15 minimum wage, a bill is now being drafted that would let workers determine how they are scheduled and paid. It would guarantee 11 hours between shifts and require bosses to give their employees their work schedules a week in advance.

If offered shifts are taken away, the employers would still have to pay, but not for the full shift. Not unexpectedly, there's already an outcry from some in the business community.

John Saucier, FOX News.