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  • My husband works out of town for months on end. Michigan

    I was wondering if there was a law that states how long an employer can keep you out of state working before bringing you home. MY husband works out of state for 3 and 4 months at a time and when he comes home he is only home for maybe 2 or 3 days before he has to leave again. Is there a law were he can come home before then legally with out his boss threating to fire him and thinking he can get away with it?

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    He has to stay out of town as long as his employer requires him to. (unless he would have a binding employment contract or CBA to the contrary) Sorry.
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      There are no Federal laws and no laws in any state limiting the amount of time an employer can require an employee to work on the road. If your husband were to be fired for refusing, the boss WOULD "get away with it" because nothing the boss is doing is illegal.
      The above answer, whatever it is, assumes that no legally binding and enforceable contract or CBA says otherwise. If it does, then the terms of the contract or CBA apply.

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