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    Our shop just recently went on "critical status" Which means they can work us nine hours a day M-F and 8 hours a day sat and sun. My question to you is, is there a michigan state labor law which there is a maximum number of consecutive days worked before an employer is required to give you a day off????? if so a link to the law would be helpful so i can print it off and show my boss.

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    No, sorry, in Michigan you can be required to work how ever many consecutive days your employer requires/needs you to work. Mi. is not one of the few states that has a 1 day off in 7 law.

    There are some exceptions for minors & certain occupations such as long haul trucker, airline pilot ...

    There is also no limit to the # of hrs. you can be required to work in a day in any state except for the exceptions noted above & only a couple of states (not Mi.) limit the # of hrs. that can be worked in a week (pay period).
    Last edited by Betty3; 10-01-2009, 10:59 PM. Reason: add info
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