Elizabeth Warren proposes to reform work spaces, tackle unpredictable scheduling

Elizabeth Warren proposes to reform work spaces, tackle unpredictable scheduling

Elizabeth Warren, a Democratic presidential hopeful has pledged that if elected as President of the country, she would direct employers of 15 or more people to post work schedules at least two weeks in advance. Ms. Warren’s latest announcement comes on the back of unpredictable and last minute-scheduling which affects employees across the country.

porcus 4 months

This is idiotic and demonstrates that Warren lacks any qualifications. Lots of jobs require flexibility from the employees; you are free to find other work that fits your schedule if you don't want to be flexible.

Paul C
Paul C 4 months

Is Warren intentionally trying to find "issues" to talk about that almost no one cares about?

Sir_Kutz 4 months

I work in an industry that waxes and wanes literally week To week. There is no possibility of predicability. If it was a problem there are other jobs that are not as much. I get paid slightly more because of this inconvenience.

David 4 months

So 15 employees is big business? obviously she has never owned a small business. this will result in business shrinking or closing. I know the problems Obamacare caused in our business, this idea would have forced us to break our company in separate companies just to stay in business.

John Doh
John Doh 4 months

White House!?!? WHITE House!?!? WHITE!?!?! DID YOU JUST ASSUME HER RACE!?

dswizzle 4 months

Government regulated work schedules. Love it.

Michael Mantion
Michael Mantion 4 months

more automation will result.

Miles O'Brien
Miles O'Brien 4 months

Who frigging cares? Warren has confirmed she is a micromanaging detail focused academic. The big picture, ie the country and the people as a whole, are beyond her abilities to conceptualize in any meaningful way.

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