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  • CatBert
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    I am not trying to sound snarky, but this question reminds be when someone asked me what the maximum number of hours an employer could make you work in a day/week...the answer is 24 a day and 168 a week.

    It is not great that they are not giving a time off, it would be nice to be able to schedule your day, but as a (former) business owner I can completely understand the need to schedule people indefinetely.

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  • cbg
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    Nothing illegal whatsoever. The law does not address scheduling.

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  • me33087
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    Shift Scheduling Minnesota

    Is there anything illegal about an employer scheduling a part-time employee for just a start time and not posting an end time to a shift?

    It is a restaurant and for the dinner rush the shift starts at 5 and the employees are sent home anywhere from 30 minutes later to being required to stay until 9 or 10 if it is very busy.

    Thanks in advance!
    Last edited by me33087; 01-30-2011, 11:34 AM. Reason: Changed some semantics - "Is it illegal"
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