angelofdeath Posted January 14, 2012 Share Posted January 14, 2012 but what you have stated there AOD is different, your employer asked you if you were able to work more hours, you agreed to this, he didnt say work more hours or I will fire you, there is a distinct difference in the 2 situations, even you must be able to see that. i know there is a difference and said so. i said that he could of just as easily said 'saturdays or you are gone' and that is within his rights. if i didnt want to work saturdays, even though this was against the original contract implicit verbal 'contract,' he still has a right to tell me to take a hike. The employer does not have a right to just fire me for no reason, and me refusing to work additional hours outside my contracted hours is not a justifiable reason to fire someone. then to be logically consistent, if you believe you have a right to be chained to your employer, you must ALSO BELIEVE HE CAN FORCE YOU TO WORK FOR HIM. its that simple, brother. if one person can use force, why cant another? I am not enslaving the employer I am just getting them to operate within the guidelines of the law. ok, so then what you are saying is you have a right to a job no matter what so long as you dont engage in 'gross misconduct.' why dont you support suing employers if they are downsizing, laying off workers or going out of business? after all, you have a 'right' to work there. you are gravely mistaken if you think following an arbitrary government 'law' is some how morally justified Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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