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How many days can you work without a day off in CT?

How many days can you work without a day off in CT?

How many days can you work without a day off in CT?  (12) twelve days is the max number of days an employee can work without taking a take off.  If you are working more than 12 days, you need to speak with our employment lawyers. We may be able to resolve the situation in less than a half an hour; that’s how long it takes to explain the rule to you and development a plan to notify the employer through the employee only, not through the attorney.

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Carey & Associates P.C. provides employment counseling to help employees and professionals with all aspects of their current employment development and beyond the attention of the employer.

We handle severance agreements every day. In fact, we probably have twenty or more severance negotiations occurring at any moment in time during the week.  We want share some insights about negotiating severance agreements to help you better understand the deal in front of you and to avoid costly mistakes.

A company has a Human Resources Department, but you don’t.   Now you can rely on Carey & Associates, P.C. to answer all sorts of questions, from the simplest to the complex, even ones you would never ask the your employer.  You can access this unique service for as little or as much time as you need.   The whole idea is to quickly get the information you need to make important decisions.

What constitutes wrongful termination in CT?

What constitutes wrongful termination in CT? Wrongful termination is a commonly used phrase that refers to a variety of circumstances where the employee claims a violation of state and federal anti-discrimination laws, violation of state and federal whistle blower protection laws and breach of employment contracts. You can do the following things to help develop ...

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Mark and his team at Carey & Associates are incredibly knowledgeable about Employment Law and have walked me through every step of the way. Their approach and guidance has been extremely effective in dealing with my case. They instill a sense of confidence by laying out the facts, caselaw, and risk assessment to help make well informed decisions. I would highly recommend them to anyone looking for an Employment Attorney.


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