The company I work for has net staffed me.
Basically, changing my regular schedule to an hour later. (Start and end time.) This was done without my knowledge and without warning. The upper management sent out emails to each supervisor for each team to have them discuss if anyone was WILLING to change their schedules. My supervisor, however, did not receive the email so he was unable to discuss it with anyone on his team. I work for an inbound call center that outsources Verizon Fios. Before this happened, I tried getting my shift changed, that, unfortunately was denied. I’m a single mother of 2 (expecting 3rd soon) kids. And when I logged into my computer one day to check what time my breaks and such were scheduled for, I noticed that the start and end time of my shift was different. We even tried getting it changed back to what it was and that got denied. Is this at all legal for them to do?
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