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While I'm off the clock, can my employer call my personal cell phone and harass me?

Question Details:

This is my day off. My one day to not have to think about anything work related. My boss calls today. I did not answer as this is my day off. He left a message that is scolding me for putting too many staples in a document, Yeah, seriously. Now let me explain. The paperwork went to the billing assistant and she is my boss's sister-in-law, who also lives with him. We have a nepotism policy at our company which isn't followed. I asked him to not call my personal cell while I'm off duty to scold me. His reply was taking me off my next shift as punishment. I'm worried I did something wrong.

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