Since: Jan 12

Rockford, IL

#1 Oct 31, 2012
Name it, it sucks.

This place, it sucks.

The food, it sucks

The people, they suck

The pay, it sucks

Mandatory 14 hour days, they suck

The time taken away, it sucks
nemisis

United States

#2 Nov 1, 2012
Legally you can't be made to work more then 12 hours a day unless it is specified and agreed upon as part of the job description.

Also being you did not state what job inpaticular you speak of,your post leaves youu looking like a babbling idiot.

Since: Jan 12

United States

#3 Nov 1, 2012
Salary...

Since: Jan 12

United States

#4 Nov 1, 2012
You show a law and where to prove it. Ill be happy to listen. As far a my research shows, can force overtime as long as the salary divided by hours doest equal minimal wage.
nemisis

United States

#5 Nov 2, 2012
See......wait for it.....Labor Laws,do your own research.
You obviously didn't read the fine print when you took your job.
What is your job?If it's whining then your Aces at it.
nemisis

United States

#6 Nov 2, 2012
The Labor Laws for Salaried Employees

Federal labor laws allow exemptions from minimum wage and overtime rules for some employees who receive salaries that don't depend on hours worked. The law sets rules for deciding whether an employer can pay a salary or must pay hourly wages to an employee. Employers face fines and penalties, as well as liability for back pay and damages, if they wrongly classify someone as an exempt salaried employee.

Since you obviously overlook things frequently and whine instead of research heres the jist of it.

http://www.ehow.com/info_7982364_labor-laws-s...

Read more: The Labor Laws for Salaried Employees | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/info_7982364_labor-laws-s...

Fair Labor Standards Act
The Fair Labor Standards Act governs classification of employees as exempt, based on duties and pay. The U.S. Labor Department's Wage and Hour Division enforces the FLSA. Employers also need to check labor laws in their states. States can impose additional requirements on employers but can't ease the federal rules. The FLSA doesn't automatically apply to every small business, but its provisions may still cover employees whose work involves interstate commerce -- which includes communications across state lines even if the employee doesn't leave the state.

Job Duties
The FLSA exempts employees who are executives, administrators, professionals and outside sales representatives. It also exempts employees who perform some types of computer, artistic or creative work. Specific rules apply when you classify an employee in one of the exempt groups and pay a salary instead of an hourly rate and overtime. It goes beyond job title. It's not enough to call someone an executive and pay him a salary with no overtime, even if he agrees. His primary job duties must meet the requirements.

Read more: The Labor Laws for Salaried Employees | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/info_7982364_labor-laws-s...

As I said before,you obviously jumped into your job without knowing the facts,then you whined about it.

Since: Jan 12

Winfield, IL

#7 Nov 2, 2012
None of that changes states anything about over twelve hours.
nemisis

United States

#8 Nov 2, 2012
As said earlier,do your own research.You must be one of those whiners that does nothing but expects everything.Links were provided for the sole purpose of you doing your own research.Your job title/function is not mentioned or explained,further allowing me to believe you never looked at or fathomed the structure and/or function of your job and job duties.

Since: Jan 12

Scottsburg, IN

#9 Nov 2, 2012
Exempt is clearly stated. As for description it was defined as 12 hour. It has since changed to 18hour. And for a sustainable amount of time. Research had already been conducted. You stated my research was incorrect and then failed to back up your claim. Have a good day.
antibovinity

Richmond, IN

#10 Nov 3, 2012
Bovinity is an ignorant,crybaby.
antisocial

United States

#11 Nov 6, 2012
Bovinity is a dumasz.If ignorance is bliss then Bovinity must really be happy.
reader

Seymour, IN

#12 Nov 6, 2012
i was wondering, is this job you refer to in the U.S.A.? are you an inmate working in a prison? does your boss force you to come to work @ gunpoint? it's pretty simple...QUIT your job or QUIT complaining about it. here in america... we have choices.. here's 2.
antisocial

United States

#13 Nov 6, 2012
Bravo!!Well said!

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