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    can u be written up if u are a strictly comm salesperson for not working on an scheduled day off they told u to work on?

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    Originally posted by cmg76 View Post
    can u be written up if u are a strictly comm salesperson for not working on an scheduled day off they told u to work on?
    Yes. Absolutely.
    Please no private messages about your situation.

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      Laws do not stipulate when, where, how or for what reasons an employee can be "written up."

      Generally, if the employer says you work, you work or risk the consequences, which could include being fired.

      If you are fired for not working, the state unemployment folks will figure out if your refusal to work was misconduct or not. If it was misconduct, you will not likely get unemployment benefits.
      Senior Professional in Human Resources and Certified Staffing Professional with over 30 years experience. Any advice provided is based upon experience and education, but does not constitute legal advice.

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        Yep - you can. The employer sets the rules (ie work hrs/work days) & you must abide by them or you can be disciplined.
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