Changes are coming to your Starbucks. The coffee giant is moving to improve scheduling for its baristas.
The change is in response to the story of one employee featured in the New York Times.
The single mom said her constantly changing work schedule made it difficult to care for her family and continue her education.
Starbucks says it will update scheduling software, and require all managers to post schedules at least a week in advance.
It also said workers will never be asked to work an opening and closing shift back-to-back.
Those changes will help more than 130,000 baristas across the country.