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  • Pattymd
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    Yes, it is legal. Refusing to work mandatory overtime can be grounds for termination is the employer so chooses, and you would have no legal recourse.
    http://www.dli.state.pa.us/landi/cwp/view.asp?a=142&Q=61106&landiPNavCtr=|#5

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  • the6kellys
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    Too many hours (PA)

    Occasionally we have a large job at my job in the construction industry. My immediate supervisor seems to think those below him should have the same dedication he does. Periodically he tryies to require 7 twelve hour days a week for up to a few weeks at a time. When one of us tries to take a day off we are threatened with termination. Is this legal? Are there a minimum hours that one must work in a week to be able to refuse hours? Help! Another big job is coming up soon.
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