Many low-wage workers have volatile job schedules. This includes little advance notice, fluctuating hours, constant shift changes, and lack of input into their schedules. These employer practices make it highly difficult for workers to secure child care, attend job training, and maintain a stable income. That’s why CLASP advocates for federal, state, and local protections that require businesses to comply with fair job scheduling standards. This brings crucial stability to low-wage workers’ lives and supports their ability to advance economically.