The Impact on Oregonians of the Rise of Irregular Scheduling

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Based on data collected through the 2016 Oregon Fair Work Week Survey, this paper reports on the prevalence and impact of the rise of irregular scheduling practices in Oregon.

Nearly 750 Oregonians responded to a structured survey on the breadth and prevalence of irregular scheduling practices on their job. Subsequently, 27 participated in longer followup interviews.

 

Read more in Ellen Kaye Scott, Mary C. King, and Raahi Reddy "The Impact on Oregonians of the Rise of Irregular Scheduling," Labor Education and Research Center, February 2017.