As organizations dedicated to strengthening workplace protections and promoting economic security for working families, we write to urge you to co-sponsor the Schedules That Work Act in the 117th Congress. Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of people—disproportionately women and people of color—working in essential but low-paying jobs often had little notice of their work schedules, experienced last-minute shift cancellations that deprived them of vital income, and worked “clopening” shifts that left little time to commute, let alone rest, between shifts. Employers have continued to use these “just-in-time” scheduling practices throughout the pandemic—even as workers face heightened risks to their health and safety, inadequate access to paid leave and paid sick days, and additional caregiving challenges posed by school and child care closures and quarantines. The Schedules That Work Act will curb these harmful practices, granting people a voice in their work schedules and helping working people meet their obligations on the job and in the rest of their lives.