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By  skiingpoutine  |  12

He's not even thankful for the hard work and hours you've put in! Isn't it illegal for the company not to pay you for your time worked anyway? I hope you said no. It sounds like you're exhausted. Good luck!

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  danman27  |  14

Sometimes you can't do that

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  everton99  |  16

The laws pertaining to work may be a lot different in the UAE than they are in America. It may be hard to come across a job, and he/she may get fired for not working extra.

By  AyeJay101  |  25

Unless this is your uncle who also happens to be your boss - you should respectfully decline.

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  AyeJay101  |  25

In situations like these, which I've been in myself, it's usually some family member that owns a place and wants their younger family member work for free

By  skiingpoutine  |  12

He's not even thankful for the hard work and hours you've put in! Isn't it illegal for the company not to pay you for your time worked anyway? I hope you said no. It sounds like you're exhausted. Good luck!

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  ohjoy15  |  32

@4 Yeah I can't think of a situation where you can be told to work without compensation? If anything, shouldn't you be paid *more* for overtime hours? I mean maybe it's different if you're a salaried employee.

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  MandieL  |  27

If you get paid salary rather than hourly, many companies don't pay you for extra work. They say it is covered in your salary throughout the year, or your bonus reflects the extra hours you put in.

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  TheNewGuy03  |  26

She's a woman. In the UAE. I really can't see how that would bode well for her, *especially* if she's not an Emirati. Migrant workers are treated like moldy asscheeks. They're not quite on the level of our Saudi "friends" in terms of human rights violations, but they do their fair share of bullshit.

By  isnobodyhere  |  32

Here comes a lawsuit...

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