Agreed.Willing or not, work overtime without payment is illegal, and employers can take serious risk if they allow so.
I don't see what that ^ tangent has to do with being forced to work unpaid overtime. This isn't an article on people wanting to move up the corporate ladder, it's about unfair labor practices.Many now work late because they WANT overtime payment. Some take stock option and want the company profitable. Others want to climb higher in the hierarchy. Some stay late simply because he doesn't want to see his nagging wife. Some want to retire at their 40s and enjoy the rest of their lives on their savings. Also, generally, willing to stay late is regarded as good work ethics. The work ethics, mentality and methodology are simply different between NE Asian and While people.
Glad you could set this white boy right.They also allege that the company made employees work unpaid overtime in order to complete orders on time.