Secure scheduling is coming to Seattle.

Secure Scheduling Tele-Town Hall

originally broadcast
Thursday, May 26, 2016

over the phone and over the internet

You can answer answer the polling questions from the tele-town hall here.

Seattle City Council is considering a new secure scheduling law that would provide flexibility for workers, not just big companies, by ensuring:

  • Advance notice of our schedules — one week or one day’s notice doesn’t cut it
  • Right to rest — eliminate mandatory clopenings
  • Access to hours — give current employees a shot at additional hours if they want them before additional part-time positions are created

Learn more, ask questions, and get involved by RSVP-ing above to join our May 26th live tele-town hall, featuring several of the Seattle workers who have led the fight for secure schedules and hosted by Working Washington Executive Director Sejal Parikh.