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  • Betty3
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    Agree, they don't have to work around her class schedule.

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  • DAW
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    Afraid not. Absent a contract, the employer can schedule any non-minor children employee to work almost any hours/shifts/schedules the employer wants. Even if there was an agreement, things can change on a go forward basis (absent a contract).

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  • Scheduling employee during a notified unavailable time? Illinois Illinois

    My friend's employer (retail) continually schedules her outside of her availability. I told her that she shouldn't be skipping class when they do that, but am wondering if there is any legal issue to use as backup when she speaks to her boss about it.
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