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Update: Six National Retailers Agree To Stop Using On-Call Shift Scheduling
Attorneys general from eight states, including Massachusetts and New York, and the District of Columbia, announced in December that six major retailers—Aeropostale, Carter's, David's Tea, Disney, PacSun, and Zumiez—have agreed to stop scheduling employees for on-call shifts.
United States
30 Jan 2017
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State Attorneys General Send Requests For Information On Retailers' Use Of On-Call Shifts
These policies are bad for workers and their families and we encourage these retailers to no longer use them."
United States
27 Apr 2016
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State Attorneys General Send Requests For Information On Retailers' Use Of On-Call Shifts
As we reported last June, AG Schneiderman sent letters seeking similar information about the use of "on-call shifts" to 14 major retailers last year.
United States
26 Apr 2016
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