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Unfortunately, there is no law that requires an employer to put you on the schedule. They don't need to formally "fire" you in order to deny you work. If the lack of work continues and you are not given a good explanation as to why, you can consider yourself "terminated" regardless of whether that's what your employer is calling it and collect unemployment benefits. But not putting you on the schedule does not in itself violate any law, I am sorry to say.
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