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Answer for Employee with another job that conflicts with our workplace

Yes, you can absolutely assign a minimum number of working days to maintain employment status, or ask for a transition to a fixed schedule to maintain employment – as in, you are required to work every Saturday or a minimum of 2 shifts/month. Ordinarily you would want to give a minimum of two weeks’ notice of this change, but it is not legally required. I would recommend having a direct conversation with this employee that you would like to keep them and need this minimum for training and continued employment, do not try and implement this over email.