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- Its called salary. Lots of jobs are like that.
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So that means she's using the highest example of a long work week, what are her short work weeks like then?
To be honest that sounds fishy, but that's coming from a Belgian guy.
You pull that shit here and either you're paid under the table, or boy your company is going to get in a boatload of shit.
I'm used to sixty, seventy hour weeks (poverty can make you work like a bitch) depending on how busy I am during the weekends, and I always get paid for every hour I clock (Belgium is very dense however, so switching jobs is easy since our country is only 360 km wide at most, so you can get pretty much anywhere with a car).
If she is actually doing that I do feel sorry for her and hope she manages to switch.
Nobody should work and not be paid for it.
+ Every hour over 40 gets you time and a half worth in wages
- Only paid while working
+ Overtime is not compensated
- Get paid for 40 hours of work no matter what
I'm not familiar with the concept of salary, never worked for it before, not sure it exists in Belgium (could be, I'm just used to doing jobs that require manual labour and I'm pretty sure that salary doesn't exist in that sector).
Sounds like a horrible rip off to be honest.
Salary typically isn't used in a blue collar environment because you get screwed when it comes to OT. It's typically employed in white collar jobs, and is nice if you have the ability to leave early/come in late without any consequences as long as the work gets done - you can get paid 40 hours worth for being at work for less than 40 hours.
Had a new maintenance manager accept a salary a few years ago. He thought he outsmarted them until he realized we worked 60 hours a week.
Some salaried positions can still get overtime and I'm sure there's some rule about compensating unpaid labor (consistently working OT) but after some google searches I realized it's complicated and I'm lazy
Well, this dipshit didn't get OT pay. Was a licensed electrician that didn't know how to do anything mechanical, pneumatic, or hydraulic. Basically had a boss that could wire a transformer, if the need ever arose.
Did the need ever arise?
Well fuck that guy I guess.
Company I worked for was the type of place that had 30 workers on the floor and 15 office personnel. Production manager, plant manager, engineering manager, floor manager, shipping manager, etc.
If a big project was coming up, they'd hire another office person and cut down on workforce personnel.
Had shutdowns like 3 times a year that would span a month because work was slow, and they couldn't afford to keep the hourly guys there so it was essential personnel only for maintenance tasks.
Example would be, setting up some new structures for cranes, moving a sand blast booth, etc.
Essential personnel would be me, the other maintenance guy, and 15 office people upstairs making sure we wore our PPE.
That company sounds.... like it's very poorly managed... but I guess that's the way of things.
Probably hired a manager to manage the management after I left.
They found the perfect solution. Now if only they could get there 10 workers to do the work of 20.
For the cost of 5*
Really they should feel blessed they even have a job in this economy.
I worked a cook job where the manager wouldn't let people clock in until an hour before service be you were expected to get there early or you would have time to get ready. They expected people to work for free and not complain, one time I worked 40+ hours a week and they went back and reduced it. It was at a very fancy high end restaurant and I thought about reporting them, instead I no called no showed during a busy weekend shift once I had a new job.
As someone who basically runs the kitchen for a banquet center...that was a dick thing to do. I understand it and have wanted to do it to, but still.
Would've been a lot better to report them, at least for other's sake.
i mean that's a dick thing to do to the guys in the kitchen who had no control over the shit management. Making everyone take an extra station
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