If you are being purposely over worked, go back to the union like Steve says. Also, try to keep a log of the workload if you can. Work as much as you can without overstressing and what you cannot get done will have to be addressed. They can give you unachievable amounts of work but it doesn't mean that you are expected to work until you explode. You will have to let them know you worked extra hard but could not keep up with the additional workload. But always tell the union and try to quantify the workload so you can have a comparison of the before and after scenarios.

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wish I knew as I haven't a union OR a job. Count your blessings.

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Pace yourself; you can only do what you can do. Do a good job and if you can't keep up then it wasn't meant to be. Stressing out is worse than getting fired.

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