A reader asks the Job Doc: In 2008 and 2009, my employer laid off many employees. We have rehired a few, but we are working very long hours and our chief executive believes we should be available all the time. I was at a funeral last week and he knew I was at a funeral. He called four times. The stress level at my company is through the roof. I have had colleagues walk out the door without another job lined up, because they could not handle it anymore. Is this common? Do you have any advice?’
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