The New York attorney general and market forces are pushing many retailers to end on-call, or just-in-time, shift scheduling, which makes it harder for employees to hold second jobs, attend classes, and handle day care and transportation.
The New York attorney general and market forces are pushing many retailers to end on-call, or just-in-time, shift scheduling, which makes it harder for employees to hold second jobs, attend classes, and handle day care and transportation. File photo
The New York attorney general and market forces are pushing many retailers to end on-call, or just-in-time, shift scheduling, which makes it harder for employees to hold second jobs, attend classes, and handle day care and transportation. File photo

Diane Stafford: Some retailers stop on-call scheduling

October 09, 2015 01:00 AM