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tji
tridius@hotmail.com
23/07/2009 18:58:47
Re: can a company force you to do overtime?

hi i am wondering if the company has a right to force you to do overtime.i am fed up because when we do over time up to 35-45 hrs per month.they accuse us of falsely claiming ot.now we want to teach them a lesson.we dont want to do ot.is it wrong if we dont want to do ot.
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KL Siew
kl_siew@yahoo.com
23/07/2009 20:54:44
The main point is that the Employment Act has no provision prohibiting employers from requiring their employees to work overtime. In your case, I think the problem lies in the ineffective control or administration of overtime work. They just cannot let the employees a free hand to do overtime work and then accuse the employees of making false claims. Overtime work must be controlled and any overtime work to be done for the day must be duly authorised by the supervisors or the heads of department. Hope you people can settle the matter amicably.
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CK
23/07/2009 21:07:20
Perhaps the best way to solve the OT hour discrepancy problem once and for all is by using a clock in/out machine. Only costs the company few hundred ringgit.
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mardox
25/07/2009 14:29:55
if you are a responsible employee you will know the right time when you will do OT in order for you to finish your job. Time management and utilizing your time will help you to avoid OT with a good work output.
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tji
25/07/2009 16:12:27
thanks for the info.my company has opted to control the amount of overtime by requiring all staff to write a site incident report if we are going to do ot.
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