Can an employer make you work 9 days straight?
Question Details: I'm working 9 days straight, some nights, evening then nights and then working 7.5 hours a day.
With the exception of certain professions (airline pilots, some medical personnel, etc.), there is no legal limit as to how many days in a row that an employer can scheduled an employee to work. In an "at will" employment arrangement, a company can set the conditions of the workplace much as it sees fit, and this includes how many hours to schedule a worker. Therefore, unless this treatment constitutes some form of legally actionable discrimination or this action violates a union agreement or employment contract, it is legal.