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    Hi all I work in a busy supermarket I'm part-time and work 12 hours on a weekend rotter. I've just finished a 6 day overtime, 8hr shifts each day without a days rest. I'm a little annoyed, as they called me to ask me to come in on my week off. I'm busy spending time with my family so of course I said I can't this week. I just wondered if I was in my right and will it look bad on me? As I'm only a temp but I didn't sign up for week days. Plus I've already done more overtime than the other temps that I started out with.
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    (Original post by JV1990)
    Hi all I work in a busy supermarket I'm part-time and work 12 hours on a weekend rotter. I've just finished a 6 day overtime, 8hr shifts each day without a days rest. I'm a little annoyed, as they called me to ask me to come in on my week off. I'm busy spending time with my family so of course I said I can't this week. I just wondered if I was in my right and will it look bad on me? As I'm only a temp but I didn't sign up for week days. Plus I've already done more overtime than the other temps that I started out with.
    If it's not in your contracted hours then you have every right to refuse additional hours.
 
 
 
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