New York employees fight proposal meant to help them
A New York City coalition issued hundreds of testimonials from employees in opposition to a proposal meant to protect them. New York Councilman Brad Lander introduced the proposal as a way to protect workers against unfair scheduling. It would require fast-food employers to set schedules for hourly workers at least two weeks in advance. The We Serve New Yorkers coalition contests the proposal could hurt the very workers it’s intended to help.
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