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Philly moms need more control over their work schedules

A study released earlier this year showed that an overwhelming majority of the city’s 130,000 service workers experience conflicts between their work schedules and their family care-giving responsibilities. That largely occurs because many large employers have changed the way they write schedules, in order to provide more flexibility for managers.

Philadelphia Workers Rally Behind Proposed Workweek Legislation

A Philadelphia lawmaker had a sizable crowd cheering her on Thursday morning when she introduced legislation that would provide protections for 130,000 hourly workers earning the lowest wages at the nation’s largest corporations in the retail, food-service and hospitality sectors.