Okay so on Friday my manager wrote in a manager log that I had to work on a day I was scheduled off.. Sunday. I wrote in the log in response to her that I was unable to do so, and that I had already made plans since I was already scheduled off... I worked with her on Saturday all day, and she never said a thing about it.. Maybe 10 minutes after I left the building she sends me a text message stating I had to work tomorrow.. I didn't receive the text. Without my consent or speaking to me in person, they put me on the schedule on Sunday, even after I told them I couldn't. Now remember I was already scheduled off... So they wrote me down as a "no call, No show" and that resulted in them taking me off this weeks entire schedule. I have had no previous write-ups. Is this legal or can I persue?
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