6yrs working Mon- Thurs. I work at a other job on Fri, Sat. I started working on Friday for him because the front staff was out of control. I let my Friday go. Now he said that he is changing "eveyones" schedule and he is going to put me to work 2 Saturdays a month. Whither ZERO regards for my other job.
Unfortunately, your boss has no duty to accommodate your other job. You are considered to be employed at will unless you have an agreement to the contrary in that regard. As such your employer can change the terms and conditions of your employment, including the days you are asked to work, at any time and for any reason or even no reason at all.
Good luck to you.
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Unfortunately, there is no law against bad bosses. Assuming you are an at-will employee, your employer is not required to consider your other employment in setting your schedule.
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