Erratic Work Schedules Killing Work-Life Balance – Business News Daily

Reporting on research from the United States, this article notes that nearly half of young workers receive work schedules one week or less in advance. Moreover, these workers also have to deal with fluctuations in the number of working hours. Such conditions are particularly prevalent in low-wage occupations, such as food service.

This has implications for how employees organise other demands on their time, with negative effects on their ability to fulfil work and home obligations.

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