Why is it that we often work more than the 'official' 40 hours in our contracts?
To get noticed for promotion, to support our colleagues, to keep our company in business, to give our children the best start....Also, these days it's expected! read more
Peer pressure or company culture maybe, as some people may feel they are not productive enough if they leave earlier than others..
Although I never had this problem
Read your " contract"..............
read it............most American workers, do not have a " contract".............they have a job........
I am about the working family, but I am not impressed by position or " contract"................just read the damn thing!
If you can not do this...........you already have more than you should expect. There is "no official" 40 hour week, there is merly an accepted one.
For those of us , who do have " a contract"...........most of the basics do not cover " hours worked" , but 'secrets untold,or untellable"....................READ THE CONTRACT before you sign it...........it does not protect you.
READ the damn thing, before you sign and bitch about it..........EDUCATE your own selves before going to 'court'.
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