Audio Conference: Flexible Scheduling for Low-Wage Workers

June 28, 2011

Join CLASP for a national audio conference June 28 from 3 - 4 p.m. ET to discuss a new report, Flexible Workplace Solutions for Low-wage Hourly Workers: A Framework for a National Conversation. The report explores the scheduling challenges facing low-wage hourly workers - namely rigidity, unpredictability, and instability - and explores solutions to these problems, ranging from shift-swapping, the ability to alter start and end times, and predictable scheduling to short-term and extended time off. 

Speakers Include:

  • Latifa Lyles, Deputy Director, U.S. Department of Labor, Women's Bureau
  • Dr. Jennifer E. Swanberg, Associate Professor and Executive Director, iwin at the University of Kentucky
  • Liz Watson, Executive Director, Georgetown Center on Poverty, Inequality and Public Policy

Register for this event.

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