Secure "Restrictive" Scheduling takes away a worker's right to create a work-life balance and places it in the hands of the government, special interests, and employers.
When I began my work life, I was sixteen, living in a disfunctional household in middle America, with very bleak prospects. The future of many of my peers seemed already laid out. Some were headed to the military, others to parenthood. Not many of us were on some trajectory to the dream lives that we had all spent hours on the phone or at pool parties boasting about to one another. My first job was at an ice cream shop making the then minimum wage of $3.13 an hour.