Sears employees gather outside Loop store
July 15, 2013 (CHICAGO) -- Dozens of Sears workers are calling on the company to make scheduling changes and pay increases.
They say not only do most workers earn low wages, but they can't plan ahead because their work schedules are unpredictable.
Sears released a statement, "scheduling is based on business needs and associates' availability to work. All associates have the ability to ensure that the availability information they have provided to the company matches when they are available to work."
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