The Stranger: Will Fair Scheduling be the Next Labor Fight to Hit Seattle?

The Stranger, 9/23/2015

Sage Wilson, a spokesperson for Working Washington, the group that helped organize workers for the $15 minimum wage and is currently working on the campaign to let Uber and Lyft drivers unionize, says concerns about scheduling are common among baristas and fast-food workers in Seattle. Working Washington doesn't hear as much about "clopenings," he says, but hears plenty from Starbucks baristas and other low-wage workers about the insecurity caused by unpredictable scheduling.