Retail Action Project – March for Fair Scheduling
Where: Fifth Avenue shopping district, 5th Avenue & 56th St, Manhattan
Although retail is a leading job-growth industry, retail companies are fueling a crisis of underemployment that leaves workers with erratic schedules and unpredictable paychecks. As a membership organization of retail workers dedicated to improving opportunities in the retail industry, the Retail Action Project (RAP) and key allies are leading the way for better standards and opportunities in the retail industry.
If you’re in New York, join RAP members and a growing coalition as we kick off our fight for stable, predictable and livable work hours in the heart of the Fifth Avenue retail district!
Mark your calendar for October 17th and learn more about the work-life crisis retail companies are creating by reading When Flexibility Hurts, by Susan Lambert in the New York Times.
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