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By Why me. - / Saturday 20 October 2018 11:30 / United States - Kent
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By  RichardPencil  |  25

Work for the 28 hours, then volunteer for the remaining 12.

Actually, if you exceed your work hours because your boss demands it, it is he that is in trouble with the university, not you.

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By  RichardPencil  |  25

Work for the 28 hours, then volunteer for the remaining 12.

Actually, if you exceed your work hours because your boss demands it, it is he that is in trouble with the university, not you.

By  whiskey'swino  |  10

There must be someone you can discuss this will, the liaison between the University and your work place. Perhaps your boss does not know University policy but the person at the University that is giving you credit for the job would.

By  BeachMammal  |  5

I'm guessing some of you haven't had bad bosses? There are many out there who would just fire someone without attempting to make any accommodation. Many small businesses don't have some HR department to answer to, and just shaft people as they wish.

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  peithecelt  |  20

this is student employment, which at least to me implied it's employment by the University. that means there is DEFINITELY an HR department to work with.

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  TxKitten79  |  4

As true as that may be, it's clearly NOT the case here. Universities hire students to work in many offices on campus. The student workers' allowable hours are set by the university (at my college its 20 hours per week). The boss in this situation would be aware of the limitations and is required to abide by them.

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