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3 Questions, with attention to CA labor details:
1. The corporation is forcing us, under threat of termination, to train on nights/weekends in addition to our regular work/hours, for the purpose of covering for these union jobs/hourly positions. Are we entitled to additional compensation?
2. In the event of a strike by the union, the corporation is forcing management employees to cover the union jobs, for 6 days a week, 12 hours a day, without additional compensation and under threat of termination. Under CA law should we be compensated differently/additionally?
3. The corporation has, under threat of termination, forbidden management employees from taking vacation from April - December 2009, to ensure that we are available to cover jobs in the event of a strike. Legal in CA ?