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    My dad has been working at a hotel for a few years now. He is the maintenance's manager and is a salary worker, also they call him at all hours to go fix things and go to other hotels to fix things. When he first got hired he told them he couldn't work more than 80hr. every two weeks and now they want him (well not just him everybody at the hotel) to work a total of 100hr. every two weeks. My question is Is their anything he can do so he doesn't have to work all does extra hours? (sorry for the spelling and grammar errors)

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    Sorry but no. If his employer is requiring everyone to work more hours there isn't a way out of it. Obviously business needs have changed and while it was great that they voluntarily were able to limit his hours in the past, it appears they no longer can do so.
    I post with the full knowledge and support of my employer, though the opinions rendered are my own and not necessarily representative of their position. In other words, I'm a free agent.

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