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Unpredictable work schedules for hourly, low wage workers are on the rise in the US.  These last minute, just-in-time schedules have a disproportionatel impact women workers and their families. On Wednesday, October 21 California Assemblymember Lorena Gonzalez, Charing an Assembly Select Committee on Women in the Workplace, is holding an Informational Hearing on the need for predictave scheduling in our state. Join the California Work & Family Coalition, CLASP, UFCW, Center for Popular Democracy and Jobs with Justice to hear about the most up-to-date research, state and local policy and how we can work together for schedule fairness in California. Public comment welcome! 

Assembly Select Committee on Women in the Workplace

Informational Hearing: Predictive Scheduling

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.


California State Building |San Diego Room

455 Golden Gate Avenue |San Francisco, CA 94102


The Select Committee on Women in the Workplace, chaired by Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez, will host an Informational Hearing on the issue of predictive scheduling on Wednesday, October 15th. Two panels will discuss the impacts of unpredictable schedules on workers, national research, state level policy efforts, and the work being done by cities around the country, including San Francisco.


Those interested in fair scheduling issues are encouraged to attend and consider participating in public comment toward the end of the hearing.


If you have questions or would like more information please contact Andrea in Assemblywoman Gonzalez’s office by emailing or calling (916) 319-2080.


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