I've worked at a job for over a year and a half now, I am statistically proven to be a top seller in the store, yet I will go weeks without being on the schedule even once. I picked up a second job in January that greatly influenced my availability. Is it legal for me to go three or more weeks without being on the schedule?
There is no minimum number of hours your employer is required to give you. If your second job is affecting your availability in a significant way, it is not surprising that your employer would be putting other employees on the schedule instead of you.
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