Q: Is it legal for a employer to schedule me 7 days in a row
Weeks start on Saturday ends on Friday paid weekly California this week working Sun-Friday then on Saturday
A: Good Question, Actually, no it is not legal for the employer to REQUIRE that you work 7 days straight. There is a statute in the Labor code that guarantees that you are entitled to take one day's rest in seven. So this is a violation of the labor code. If you refuse and are fired, it is a wrongful termination in violation of public policy and not just a breach of contract case. Contact a local Employment law attorney.
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