Valuing Alternative Work Arrangements
— Alexandre Mas and Amanda Pallais, NBER.
Unstable Scheduling, Precarious Employment, and Gender
— Elaine McCrate | University of Vermont EINet (May 2016).
Minimum Hours for Maximum Imapct: Creating Family-Sustaining Building Service Jobs in Today’s Economy
— Center for Popular Democracy, Local Progress
Families and Flexibility: Building the 21st Century Workplace
— Comptroller Scott M. Stringer, Office of the Comptroller, City of New York.
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
Meeting the Challenge of Unstable and Unpredictable Hours for Women in Low-Wage Jobs
— Sandra Butler, Scholars Strategy Network (2015).
— Stephanie Luce, CUNY Murphy Institute and Sasha Hammad and Darrah Sipe, Retail Action Project
Job Schedules that Work for Students
— Liz Ben-Ishai, Center for Law and Social Policy.
Community College Students Need Fair Job Scheduling Practices
— Lindsey Reichlin and Barbara Gault, Institute for Women's Policy Research
Unpredictable work timing in retail jobs: Implications for employee work-life outcomes (PDF)
— Julia Henly and Susan Lambert, University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration (2010).