Part-Time Workers Deserve the Shift, Not the Shaft

Retail scheduling practices are making it functionally impossible for part-time workers to support themselves.
One isn't enough.

The plight of low-wage retail workers has generated much talk in recent years. As I've written before, I don't find problematic the existence of jobs that do not pay enough to support a family. Retail jobs have never paid well, because retail margins tend to be pretty slim. The problem is not that retail is a low-wage job, but that an increasing number of people can't find any other sort of job.

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