Partner - Risk Management
Administration & Liaisoning Head
Adv. Manoj Liyonzon
Advocate, Chennai
+1 Other

Is it right to push your employees to work for 11-12 hours daily without being compensate for extra hours which exceeds from 9 hours?
From India, New Delhi
What would you do if one file a complaint against you and you had to face an inquiry that won't be less then a big headache for you.
What would you do if your boss pay you for only 5hrs but force you to work for 12 or 15hrs.
Are you an HR Personnel?
Are you an employee of an organization or the owner?
Please share something about your organization and the nature of the work of your company.

From India, Gurgaon
I think you already know that as per the shop and establishment act, no one can be asked to work more than 9 hours a day.
The only people being exception to the rule are "Managers" and that too can not exceed 5% of the total work force in the office.
So, what is your question ? Are you talking of legal rights or moral rights ?
It depends on what your position is. If you are manger, or a highly paid person, you must have been aware that the company is offering you high pay because it expects you to work long hours. Someone doing 9-5 shifts gets paid much less.
Finally, what do you intend to on it ?
If you plan to take legal action, then how long before your company terminates you.
The private banks like HDFC are not unionised to be able to protect you.

From India, Mumbai
Obsulutely offence made out by company since
-if 9 working hrs per day, then 5 working days a week
-if 8 working hours per day then 5 & half days a week.
workign hours extended beyond it, is subjected to payment for OD, failing which subjected to offence to be contented through labour court for claim of OD payment along with compensation & a criminal offence for forcing the humans that generates mental agony

From India, Chennai
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