By cbrocks - / Friday 16 October 2009 18:22 / United States
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By  andlifesuxagain  |  0

I dont think he can schedule you every day of break... its against the law


What the fuck? How is it against the law? Most people I know who are working still have to work, even if their kids are on break from school. The OP's not in school for the time being and is (hopefully) legally able to work. His boss can do it if he/she wants, even if it's a douchenozzle move.

  douchie  |  0

You must be thinking of work rules for like 15-16 year olds, because there is no law saying how many days you are allowed to work in a row.


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  redbluegreen  |  40

YOU KNOW WHAT ALAN, YOU KNOW WHAT?! You owe me waffles. http://i33.tinypic.com/zwkrbl.jpg My stick figures are so attractive. (Is it sad when I went to type in 'TinyPic' I typed in 'TwinnyPic'? I thought so.)

  jazzy1432  |  0

In my first year of university, I had 2 weeks off before my first of 4 exams, which were all in the same week. I worked 8 hour shifts each day, leaving me with hardly any time to study properly. My boss fired me the day before my first exam, and I couldn't do anything because I wasn't part of the union yet.

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