California Employment Law
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if I quit my job do i qualify for unemployment
I am work 70-90 hours with no over time pay
and no many weekends off
they said travel is just part of the job but I did not take the job knowing it would turn into 7 days a week with 10 - 15 per week at home
I went to the labor board and they said with travel jobs its just part of the job
so an employer doesnt have to give you time off?
so if I quit I can not get unemployment and I have to stay working with no over time and no days off. the labor board already told me travel jobs do not have to pay over time
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