Hello,Thank you for the information and your question. Are you in a union, or is there an employer policy that prohibits mandatory overtime? Is there any reason other than you refusing overtime that you can think of why your boss is treating you this way? In other words, anything else that makes you different from other employees who are not treated this way? Have you spoken to anyone up the chain of command above your boss about this?
No I am not in a union. I know of no policy about refusing overtime. We have a hand book but it says nothing about overtime. Yes, I went to hr about a issue and he did not like it. I have only talked with hr
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