they're gonna pay you for the extra hours right? don't worry though, sit back, relax, and go to sleep. and pray it will never hapen again
this is why i didn't work in a pub/restaurant. instead i worked in a shop where middle aged women go insane for a £29.99 top, and where the managers think they're the greatest thing since the bright pink suits/orange tans they wear.
I had a friend once who swore blind she hadn't used fake tan. Then she stayed round my house and my white pillow was orange in the morning. Fairly damning proof, really.
There are legal guidelines as to how long people are allowed to work for in one day, and how often they must have breaks etc. Due to the shift work involved in pubs and restaurants, these laws are largely ignored. But a 14 hour day is ridiculous, and I'm pretty sure the employer is breaking the law there.
And what does Dazya have to do with this?
Er, ok, I'll take your word for it, Mr Blank-CD-Man.