As a live-in caregiver, can I refuse to work for personal or religious reasons?
You have the right to refuse duties that are not in your employment contract. The employment contract should clearly define your hours of work and your time off, including holidays and vacations. Before you sign a contract, you and your employer should agree to time-off requirements for personal or religious matters. You have the right to refuse duties that are not in your contract.
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