My friend works at Platinum Security for a grocery store, and has already worked his obligated shift, and his relief called and saidhe is not going to show up, does my friend have to stay for that persons shift?
The answer to your question depends on the company he works for. If the company says he has to stay, then he has to stay. If he refuses to stay when the company wants him to stay, then he can be disciplined and even terminated for not staying.
Good luck to your friend and to you.
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