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Can my employer refuse to let me work?

Question Details: I have been working the same schedule for 3 years. However, the director has changed my schedule from 6:30 am-2:30 pm to 6:00 am-2:30 pm; the other worker's schedule extended to 2:30 pm. My employer is refusing to let me work even though I'm clocking in by 6:20 am instead of 6:00 am, due to childcare issues. I have no write-ups, no disciplinary actions or letter stating why they refuse to let me work. I clock in every morning but they say that I can't work and they have someone clock me out. What can I do?

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