Labor Day is Monday, so be sure to remember all the hard-fought victories that gave you the day off. In Maryland, advocates are looking to make more improvements to how employees receive their schedules.
Work schedules can dictate plans for everything else in life, so receiving a schedule with only a few days’ notice creates headaches. As WAMU reports, Maryland Del. David Moon is advocating a bill for next year’s General Assembly that would allow employees to get their work schedule three weeks in advance.
The General Assembly is still a ways off, but it seems fitting that Moon is starting the charge early. Legislators won’t be able to say they didn’t have notice.
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