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Are his skills in demand and can he get another job, he'll never know if he doesn't try.
Heres a job he might like in his field
Last edited by Guest5035; 25-06-2011 at 11:02 PM.
Nod for that. Problem is that we r on a sponsored visa so it's not easy to move - other people coming on these visas take note!
Also, he works for thd biggest company in SA and his boss knows and supplies products to most other businesses in SA so if he left it would really mean an interstate move for us.
From what u guys have all said it's not right that he's expected to work all this overtime for no pay - I will pass this on to him. Hopefully when we r on a different visa he will feel like he is more able to say NO!
Ive only met one stone mason and he installed granite bench tops for a company in Lonsdale.
Not knowing about stonemasons but does he have a contract with them because if so then look what it says there. Usually if you are paid a high salary, a certain amount of "overtime" is expected. Other than that, is there a union or governing body you can ask? A few years ago when companies went away from Awards and into "Agreements" some people got done over. I know apprentices in various industries are expected to work on weekends for *&^% pay but a fully qualified person doesn't sound right.
If they are the biggest in their game they would not like this sort of news getting out. Being in their intrest to sort.
Immigration may help on the visa front, quite a few change employers. Immigration understand when you are being asked to work 25% extra for gratis and should be with you.