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  • ElleMD
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    In that case there is no public safety issue with you working that many hours. FAA regulations limit the number of hours certain employees may work, but baggage handlers are not among them.

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  • airlineworker
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    nature of the job

    we work as baggage handelers

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  • ElleMD
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    Please remove the name of your employer from the post or the moderator will delete it. Just one of the rules of the site.

    What is your actual job?

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  • Beth3
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    No employment laws prohibit that but since you're in a highly regulated industry, there could be FAA or DOT regulations that apply. I don't think any of the regular responders here have that sort of specialized knowledge. You might want to contact those regulatory agencies and see what they say. I expect the answer will also depend upon what positions you and your co-workers hold and whether they are safety-sensitive jobs.

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  • chino54
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    JETBLUE New York

    hey guys i work for (airline), and many of us here want to know if the company can actually force us to stay at work even though we have worked 16 hours on the day already, this company and all the management says that even though we have work 16 hours if they need us to stay for mandatory ot that we must stay or be written up.....now this is at jfk new york... please any advise would be greatly appreciated...
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