Speaking of such. I got the following Notice from our local weekly trash/recycle pickup service.We had yearly trash pickup....
I'm doing good working in tree/lawn care.My buddy drives tractor trailer says business never better more money than he's ever made. (Per load rates are way up)
Oh, and then there is this "Federal Motor Carrier, Safety Admin" requirement of Max hours allowed to work in a week for those companies that have USDOT Numbers on the sides of their trucks.Be all of the above as it may, employers typically have very broad discretion to manage their workforce and operations.
In most cases, an employer is free to require employees to work six days per week. As there is no regulation prohibiting employers from requiring employees from working 6 days in a week.
Exceptions to this would be Union/bargaining jobs, and certain occupations like power plant operators, Air Traffic controllers and such.
Outside of those exceptions, employers have very broad discretion to make work schedules to meet the demands of the operation.
Just have to pay OT for hours worked over 40.
That's not quite how it works.You should get used to it . As long as there is free money from this administration , you wont find any help . And when you do , they may quit as soon as they qualify for unemployment so they can ride the gravy train .