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Guest Host: Jen Golbeck
Labor organizers spent much of the past several years pushing proposals at the federal and local levels to boost minimum wages. But there are new debates looming about how employers schedule shifts for their workers. We examine the momentum building against last-minute scheduling and shift changes–known as “just in time scheduling”–in place at many workplaces in the Washington region and around the country.
- Lydia DePillis Reporter, Washington Post
- Ari Schwartz Lead Organizer, D.C. Jobs With Justice
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