My manager over scheduled me for my job and when I asked her to take away a day I am working, she said I had to find "someone" to cover my shift. They never specified that the person I had to cover my shift had to work at the establishment. When my cover (who did not work there to begin with) came in for my shift, they were turned away.
Sue them for what? Not hiring the person you sent in to cover?
Never in my life heard of sending in someone to cover a shift who was not an employee. Creativity A+.
Absolutely no case at all.
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