I'm working for security company. My company force me to work for six days, more than 12 hours each day. As I know the company got no rights to force us work ot involuntarily. Is it possible to sue the company for forcing us work against our will?

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    answered on 26/05/2016

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    You cannot work more than 48 hours per week. Where an employee works 12 hour shifts, they should average 44 hours in a continuous 3-week period (unless you are not a shift worker and you have given your consent in writing for the special arrangement required). Furthermore, in a single month, overtime (OT) should not exceed 72 hours. The company is obliged to apply to the Ministry of Manpower for special permission to exceed 72 hours of OT a month. Please contact the Ministry of Manpower for further clarification.

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