On Take Two, we've talked about a boost in the minimum wage - and whether that could bring more economic opportunity to more people. Now, we want to look at what some are calling the next big fight for the hourly worker: schedule predictability.
The idea behind it is to create more consistency for employees and protect them from last-minute scheduling changes that add more hours unexpectedly - or take hours away.
For more, Chris Tilly, an economist and a professor of urban planning at UCLA joins the show to discuss.
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