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Eight days of work in a row and many other problems California

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  • Eight days of work in a row and many other problems California

    I work graveyard and the full time employe on the night **** was fired so I was given her hours and this week I work from the 1st to the 8th what I want to know is can they do this without asking me also I have been made to come in 5 to 6 hours apart after working graveyard also I work 7to 11 and just yeasterday my manager forced me to work over time with out it being on my secadule or verbally telling me I found out when I checked to see when my coworker came in she did not schedule any one to come in untill 7 and she showed up 30min later so she did not even give me the option to say no to it I have also worked with out a lunch or brakes more then once I have asked for this to stop but I nv sees my manger and she has no home or cellphone

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    Also I have been working here for a year and I got sick and had to take off my first day off and when I did I was taken off the schedule for 2 weeks and when I got back she had a threading letter saying. No calling off even of your sick

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      Lots of issues. Yes, you can be asked to stay late if a coworker doesn't show. You work the hours your employer asks you to work. I am including a link to the information regarding OT for yor state. You don't include enough information for us to know based on what you shared if it applies or not. http://www.dir.ca.gov/dlse/FAQ_Overtime.htm

      I'm including the link to your state's rules on meal breaks here http://www.dir.ca.gov/dlse/FAQ_MealPeriods.htm
      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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