Sec. 53-303e. More than six days employment in calendar week prohibited.
Employee observance of Sabbath. Employee remedies.
No employer shall compel any employee
engaged in any commercial occupation or in the work of any industrial
process to work more than six days in any calendar week. An employee's
refusal to work more than six days in any calendar week shall not
constitute grounds for his dismissal.
person who states that a particular day of the week is observed as his
Sabbath may be required by his employer to work on such day. An
employee's refusal to work on his Sabbath shall not constitute grounds
for his dismissal.
Any employee, who believes
that his discharge was in violation of subsection (a) or (b) of this
section may appeal such discharge to the State Board of Mediation and
Arbitration. If said board finds that the employee was discharged in
violation of said subsection (a) or (b), it may order whatever remedy
will make the employee whole, including but not limited to reinstatement
to his former or a comparable position.