Moms Take On Walmart, AND WIN!


Under pressure from mothers working in their stores and women’s groups, Walmart recently altered its policy around accommodating pregnant women. As reported last weekend in the Washington Post, Walmart reworked its policy so that women with pregnancy-related complications that could be considered “temporary disabled” and would be eligible for “reasonable accommodation.” While this policy fails … Continue Reading »

New Report Reveals Impact of “Just-in-Time” Scheduling on Workers, Families and Businesses


This article was originally published by the Retail Justice Alliance. A new report by the Center for Law and Social Policy, Retail Action Project, and Women Employed shows the negative impact of unpredictable work schedules on workers, families and businesses. Titled Tackling Unstable and Unpredictable Work Schedules, the report examines the recent trend toward “just-in-time” … Continue Reading »