Register Now for National Audio Conferences on Job Scheduling

From our friends at CLASP
Register now for three national audio conferences on job scheduling!

Job schedules matter in many ways. For all workers, it helps when an employer is responsive to a request for a needed schedule change. And far too many workers have volatile and potentially destabilizing schedules. If you don't know when you are supposed to be at work until the last minute, how do you arrange child care or transportation? If your total hours fluctuate from week to week, how do you budget for rent and food?

To address these issues and emerging policy opportunities, the Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP) is hosting and sponsoring three Job Schedules Matter audio conferences.

The conferences, which are co-sponsored by the Center for Popular Democracy and the National Women's Law Center, will include comments from U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren and Congressman George Miller on why they introduced the Schedules that Work Act. You'll also hear from workers about their experiences, as well as child care and other experts on concrete steps that can be taken to improve stability for working parents and their children.

Job Schedules: The Facts
Wednesday, September 10
3:00 - 4:00 ET

Job Schedules: Policy and Advocacy Strategies
Wednesday, September 17
2:30 - 3:30 ET

Job Schedules: Child Care and Subsidies
Wednesday, November 19
3:00 - 4:00 ET

Register now!


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