Increased Connectivity Creates Structured Instablity In The Workplace [Headlines]

Increased Connectivity Creates Structured Instablity In The Workplace [Headlines]

Retail workers getting the short end of new management strategies.

Sam McNerney
  • 20 january 2012

There’s a new report from Retail Action Project about how much it sucks to be a worker in retail these days. Along with poor benefits, slim opportunities, sexism and racism, one major complaint was the rise of “just-in-time” scheduling, also called “structured instability.” Business Insider.

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