With Seattle poised to make labor history — again — after more than a year of coffee, fast food, and retail workers coming together, speaking out, and taking action for secure scheduling...
TUESDAY at 9am: Workers to speak on secure scheduling policy proposal ahead of key City Council committee hearing
Workers and community leaders will hold a City Hall press conference on the secure scheduling policies proposed by Mayor Murray, Councilmember Herbold, and Councilmember Gonzalez, just prior to a key City Council hearing where details of the proposals are set to be discussed.
Who: Coffee, fast food, and retail workers, along with community leaders and other supporters of secure scheduling
What: Speak on secure scheduling policies released by Mayor Murray, Councilmember Herbold, and Councilmember Gonzalez, ahead of key hearing where policy will be discussed
When: 9:00am, TODAY — Tuesday, August 9, 2016. (The event will conclude before the hearing is set to begin at 9:30am.)
Where: Seattle City Hall, hallway outside Council Chambers, 600 4th Ave
Note: The press conference will also be livestreamed on our Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/workingwashington) and live-tweeted at @workingwa . But hey, you can’t beat being there in person.
- Additional background & secure scheduling press kit here.
- We released a summary of the city's policy proposals here.
Contact: Sage Wilson, Working Washington, firstname.lastname@example.org