Just read an interesting article in the New York times. It speaks to employee scheduling practices at Starbucks, with the implication that these policies are common place for many retailers. It made me immediately think about how important somebody's schedule is when it comes to his/her job satisfaction. Makes sense too. Being able to plan your life is heavily dependent on when you work. This is especially difficult for front line employees, who are often paid hourly (especially in retail), and lack the scheduling flexibility often given to salaried employees. Click here New York Times Article to read it and let us know what you think.
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