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    if you are connect with IT field

    If you are a IT professional,tell me your working days and your off day......because i am a programmer and my company is working whole 7 days.....and me toooooooooooo....

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    I could tell you, but that wouldn't help you at all, would it?
    Don't they have laws about these kinds of things where you live?
    Is it just to finish a project? Or is it structural (that is: always)?

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    nut tell me atleast, that might be help for me....

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    Normal days, normal hours. Unless I have to finish something urgently, but I usually manage to avoid that.

    I've answered your question, now why don't you answer my questions?

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    thank you buddy...but it is a structural.....what can i do dear?

    now my mind is set to their schedule... everybody will manage, i will also manage...

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    Five days working days, and no more works after that. Enjoy only enjoy...

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    really, great lucky dear

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    What...working for 7 days...What is the point in working when you dont find time to spend the money you earn???

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    7 days working .It is not good friends .

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    ya i don't even spend my money i earn, i know thats not good, but what i will do now?

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    7 days... are you hosted inside the company? Or do you have to rent a bedroom in your company?
    Or is your living already included in the salary?

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    i am not a host, i dont have a bedroom inside my company, there is no more facility provided by my company, but this is my tight situation thats why i am in this company.....

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    why the whole seven days you guys do not have any rules well if your organization is structural then they must allow you at least one off day in a week normally all over the world there are two off days in a week(saturday & sunday)

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    IT profession is somewhat having more work load and pressure as compared to other profession and that's why it need a more relaxing time because you can not give your 100% if you don't have sufficient relaxing time. So my dear friend my suggestion is just switch to new company or at-least ask your organization's head to give you sufficient holidays.


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