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    A new company took over my place of employment and their new policy is that we have to attend mandatory meetings or we get written up as a no call/no show. This would not be a problem except for that I work night shift. I get off work at 6:30am and then have to be back at work for these meetings at 1:30pm and then back at work that night at 10pm. I live an hour away and don't get any sleep. Is this legal? Isn't there something that says there has to be so much time off between shifts or that night employees are exempt? The old employer did not require this.

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    Originally posted by shadowgirl1965 View Post
    Is this legal? Isn't there something that says there has to be so much time off between shifts or that night employees are exempt? The old employer did not require this.
    Legal, unless you are in one of a few occupations such as airline pilot, trucker etc.
    "Pluralitas non est ponenda sine neccesitate'' - Sir William of Ockham, a.k.a. Ockham's Razor

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      Agree, although it's very inconsiderate. How often do these meetings occur? Regularly?
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