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    Is there any labor laws that prohibit an employer from changing your work schedule to work weekends? I have court ordered visitation with children on weekends and now they are changing my work schedule to work saturdays which cuts into my visitation.

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    California overtime lawyer

    Have you considered modifying the visitation?
    Walter

    www.California-Labor-Law-Attorney.com
    "Wage and Hour Class Action Attorneys"

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      Well with school and living 30 min from each other, its a bit hard to modify and the ex isn't the easiest to deal with.

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        Unless you have a contract that specifies certain days and only certain days, they can change the schedule. Most parents work on days they have their kids unless they are stay at home parents. The fact that you see yours less than some other parents might doesn't obligate your employer to schedule you so that you have the most time with them possible.

        You are going to need to deal with your ex for the rest of yours and your children's lives. Avoiding them isn't going to work if you have kids.
        I post with the full knowledge and support of my employer, though the opinions rendered are my own and not necessarily representative of their position. In other words, I'm a free agent.

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