WASHINGTON —When server Anne Lettieri needs to know the weekly schedule for her shifts at The Tombs restaurant here, she checks her e-mail, or she can opt to get the schedule in a text message on her cell phone. If she wants to add a shift at the casual-dining restaurant or swap with someone, she then can send out an e-mail or text message to her co-workers. “That’s a big advantage,” said Lettieri, who has been waitressing for the past year at the ...
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