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I didn’t entertain a few calls on my day off and was questioned by my supervisor.

14 days ago

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The calls were a follow-up to the texts that the focal point had sent to me just a few hours before midnight, just before my day off. There was no concern on why they were trying to reach me on my day off. Instead, the issue was why I was unreachable. This is not the first time that I've been contacted on my day off - I've even entertained them for the past few of months. I'm just tired of it - it's my day off; at least give me that to regain my sanity from dealing with your shit for the majority of the week. I also don't get compensated - so don't expect my free time if you aren't willing to compensate for it. I've been contemplating quitting for the longest time but where I'm from, it's really difficult to find a job. Sorry if it's a bit vague. I'm just worried that they might find this out somehow.


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    Jedi4Hire

    Depends a fair amount if you're salary or hourly. Either way, you could say something like this... "At no point during the hiring process was it communicated that I would have to be reachable or on-call during my off hours. If this is an expectation of this position, I do not believe I am being fairly compensated."

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      1_disappointed_rddtr

      >Depends a fair amount if you're salary or hourly. Salaried - in US dollars, I get paid $1k per month.

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    Anxious-Custard6208

    Just tell them you took a weekend trip out of town to the woods and had no service… and that you will be continuing to do this for the unforeseen future🥴🥴 If you are not salary then they can’t expect you to be on call at all times… I mean even as a salaried employee you are entitled to your days off unless they ask that you be on call 24/7 in your contract.

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      1_disappointed_rddtr

      >Just tell them you took a weekend trip out of town to the woods and had no service… and that you will be continuing to do this for the unforeseen future🥴🥴 I can't 😂 >If you are not salary then they can’t expect you to be on call at all times… I mean even as a salaried employee you are entitled to your days off unless they ask that you be on call 24/7 in your contract. Salaried, and our contract doesn't state that we're on call 24/7, but it does say something along the lines of as and when required by operations, which is pretty unfair because it allows them to abuse us.

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