i have heard that employees can be exempt from these kinds of protections if they are paid a certain amount or have a managerial position, is this so? i am paid 50,000 a year and work with in a team of others (who are paid the same as me and have the same title) to take control of a facility and are responsible for the results from our facility, would this make me exempt from having any days off?
is there any limit to the number of consecutive days i work? for instance, in a month that has 4 weeks, could i be forced to work 26 days straight and then be given the remaining 4 days off at the end of the month?
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