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  • Marketeer
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    Unless you have an iron-clad contract spelling out your schedule and hours, the employer can change it as business needs dictate.

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  • C62586
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    I work at a pizza place in Portland, OR we know what are scheduled shifts are for the next two weeks. I work four days a week and have three off, I look at my schedule for the next week before I leave for my days off. When I came back three days later my shcedule has been changed. Without me knowing anything about it and no one asking me if I could or want to work more hours. Is this legal?
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