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Q: Is it legal for my employer to compel me to do that following?

Every saturday my employer required me to work from 8am to 4:30 pm which is 8 and a half hours.  I understand that as my contract says nothing about demo classes that my employer cannot compel me to perform them.Is my employer able to compel me to work more than 8 hours or complete tasks not explicitly mentioned on my contract?

8 weeks 2 days ago in  Business & Jobs - China

 
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what does your contract say.... many are ambiguous and in the favor of the company.

However, I believe the work week is 44 hours... they can make you work 44 hours over 6 days in accordance with the chinese labor laws.

 

 

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