Working Papers

EINet Measurement Working Group Papers

Worker Voice and New Forms of Organizing
Peter Berg | Michigan State University

Measuring Long, Overtime, and Un-Preferred Hours of Work
Lonnie Golden | Pennsylvania State University

Measuring Precarious Work Schedules
Susan Lambert and Julia Henly | University of Chicago Crown Family School of Social Work, Policy, and Practice

Measuring Precarious Work
Arne L. Kalleberg | University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Estimating the Prevalence of Workplace Violations
Ruth Milkman | CUNY Graduate Center

Work Hour Fluctuations and Work Hour Mismatches
Jeremy Reynolds | University of Georgia

Unstable Scheduling, Precarious Employment, and Gender
Elaine McCrate | University of Vermont

Research Briefs

Paid Family Leave May Reduce Poverty Following a Birth: Evidence from California
Alexandra B. Stanczyk | University of California, Berkeley

University of Chicago EINet Related Studies

Work Scheduling Study: Manager Survey Results
Susan Lambert, Julia Henly

Executive Summary: “Schedule Unpredictability among Early Career Workers in the US Labor Market: A National Snapshot”
Susan Lambert, Peter Fugiel, Julia Henly

Full Report: “Precarious Work Schedules among Early-Career Employees in the USA: A National Snapshot”
Susan Lambert, Peter Fugiel, Julia Henly

Work Scheduling Study: Profile of Retail Sales Associates
Julia Henly, Susan Lambert