It seems that my organization (manufacturing) goes above and beyond to ensure hourly employees are compensated for disruptions due to labor scheduling. Premiums are provided when a schedule is changed, for example, that results in a scheduled day off involuntarily taken away or moved. The premiums are one time payments ranging from $5 to $50. The amounts get higher, the closer to the day the change impacts the employee. Is this common practice? I have never seen this in other positions I have had over the years? Thanks for any input you can provide.