CLASP Audio Conference Transcript: Job Schedules & Public Policy in 2015 and 2016
— This is a transcript of an audio conference discussing developments in public policy around job scheduling and forecast federal, state, and local action in 2015. Speakers: Sherry Leiwant, Co-President, Better Balance; Elianne Farhat, Political and Community Organizer, Minnesota AFL-CIO; Liz Watson, Committee on Education and the Workforce, U.S. House of Representatives; and Robert C. Bobby Scott, Ranking Member, Committee on Education and the Workforce.
Overview of proposed legislation from NWLC
— National Women's Law Center (April 2015).
Unpredictable Work Schedules: A growing problem fuels support for change
— Presentation by Community Service Society.
The 1099 Workforce and Contingent Workers
— Aspen Institute
Schedules That Work Act Works For Millennial Employees
— Young Invincibles (July 2015).
Valuing Families, Valuing Work: Four Ways Policymakers Can Help Low-Paid Workers and Their Children
— Peter Ruark, Michigan League for Public Policy (July 2015).
Schedules That Work Act Fact Sheet
— National Partnership for Women & Families, (July 2014).
Unpredicatable, Unsustainable: The Impact of Employers’ Scheduling Practices in D.C.
— By Ari Schwartz et al., D.C. Jobs With Justice (June 2015).
The Retail Race Divide: How the Retail Industry Is Perpetuating Racial Inequality in the 21st Century
— Catherine Ruetschlin and Dedrick Asante-Muhammad, NAACP (June 2015).
Irregular Work Scheduling and Its Consequences
— Lonnie Golden, Economic Policy Institute(April 2015).