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).
Could We Improve Worker Well Being With Scheduling Reforms? Evidence from Research About Irregular / On-Call Work Schedules and their Effects on Workers, from the General Social Survey
— By Lonnie Golden, Penn State Abington, at the Congressional Forum on Irregular Work Schedules, U.S. House Committee on Education and Workforce
Challenges Facing Albuquerque’s Modern Workforce
— Center for Popular Democracy (June 2015).
Hour by Hour: Women in Today’s Work Week
— Center for Popular Democracy
Contingent Workforce: Size, Characteristics, Earnings, and Benefits
— U.S. Government and Accountability Office (April 2015).
Hourly Work and Workers in Connecticut
— Center for Popular Democracy (April 2015).
How Erratic Schedules Penalize Workers – And What Can Be Done To Make Jobs and Family Life More Predictable
— Naomi Gerstel, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Rethinking “9 to 5”: Varying Work Hours in NC
— Andrew Berger-Gross, NC Department of Commerce (December 2014).
— Stephanie Luce, CUNY Murphy Institute and Sasha Hammad and Darrah Sipe, Retail Action Project
Unpredictable Work Timing in Retail Jobs: Implications for Employee Work–Life Conflict
— Julia Henly and Susan Lambert, University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration, ILR Review