If you are a salaried employee in a managerial or executive position, then it is perfectly legal for your employer to have you work like that.
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In the stare of Florida there is no mandate for days off. If you are hourly you would be entitled to overtime compensation.Ask a similar question
The Fair Labor Standards Act governs issues regarding work breaks and pay. Go to www.dol.gov and look under the Act where you can find more information.
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