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Many Essential Workers Are Unprotected on the Frontline, According to New Shift Data

The Shift data document a lack of COVID-19-related protective measures in frontline service-sector jobs.

Essential and Vulnerable: Most Service Sector Workers Lack Paid Sick Leave Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

Shift's survey of 30,000 retail, grocery, and food-service workers magnifies coronavirus concerns, especially for female workers.
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The Companies Putting Profits Ahead of Public Health

The New York Times published Shift data on paid sick leave at large national chains, revealing which companies provide paid sick leave to their frontline workers, and which do not.

Here’s What Happens When an Algorithm Determines Your Work Schedule

Companies have promised to improve automated systems that dictate work shifts. They’re still making workers miserable.

Washington State lawmakers push for secure scheduling legislation

OLYMPIA – Washington State is considering a bill mandating that certain store and restaurant workers receive at least two weeks of advance notice and at least 10-hour rests between closing and opening shifts.
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