The impact of scheduling practices: a case study of the Gap
Are unstable schedules for retail employees necessary for stores to be profitable? Or can stable schedules for employees not only improve quality of life but also improve business outcomes?
The authors of the Stable Scheduling Study presented the exciting results of their multi-year effort to look at the impact of scheduling policies on the Gap’s business and its employees. The work was funded in part by the Washington Center for Equitable Growth.
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Joan C. Williams, Distinguished Professor of Law and Director of the Center for WorkLife Law of the University of California, Hastings College of the Law
Susan Lambert, Associate Professor, University of Chicago, School of Social Service Administration
Saravanan Kesavan, Associate Professor and Sarah Graham Kenan scholar, University of North Carolina, Kenan-Flagler Business School
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