Scheduling abuse comes in many types and, overall, it means being a jolt to your employees. Scheduling abuse’s most typical kind is referred to as scheduling. That means employees are scheduled to work a certain moment. Employees must block out those hours from the daytime to be available if their boss calls them in, but there is no guarantee that they actually will work.
Typically, these hours are unpaid in the event the employee isn’t called in, and it means the worker is not able to envision anything else that might prevent them. Continue reading →