Scheduling Away Our Health: How Unpredictable Work Hours Affect Health and Well-Being
— Center for Popular Democracy, Working Washington, and Human Impact Partners
Scheduling Away Our Health: How Unpredictable Hours Affect Health and Well-Being
— Human Impact Partners; Center for Popular Democracy
Involuntary Part-Time Work: Here to Stay?
— Rob Valletta and Catherine van der List, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco (June 2015).
Working on the Frontlines in U. S. Hospitals: Scheduling Challenges and Turnover Intent Among Housekeepers and Dietary Service Workers
— Jennifer E. Swanberg, Helen M. Nichols, Maureen Perry-Jenkins, Journal of Hospital Administration (May 2016).
On the Clock in California: Volatile Schedules in California Retail Jobs
— Liz Ben-Ishai, Center for Law and Social Policy.
A Hidden Crisis: Underemployment In Silicon Valley’s Hourly Workforce
— The Center for Popular Democracy, Working Partnerships USA, and Fair Workweek Initiative
The Realities of Unpredicable Work Schedules for America’s Hourly Employees
— Susan Lambert, Peter J. Fugiel, Julia R. Henly, University of Chicago
Inflexible and Out of Balance: Unpredictable, Insecure Schedules in Seattle’s Service Industry
— Working Washington (March 2016).
Wages And Hours: Why Workers in Emeryville’s Service Sector Need a Fair Workweek
— Center for Popular Democracy, East Bay Alliance for a Sustainable Economy, The ACCE Institute (March 2016).
Data Brief: Retail Jobs Today
— Center for Popular Democracy