How did "rarely you'll have to work an extra hour or two" noted during the hiring process turn into working 55 to 60 hour weeks on regular bases?
Our workloads are becoming impossible to handle. Part of the reason are constant layoffs. They get rid of people and then just transfer their workloads on us, with no regard to whether we can do it or not.
Of course, we can't simply refuse to work extra three-four hours each day because then we'll be shortlisted for next round of layoffs. Basically, we'll have to do this until we either break under pressure and leave on our own. And this is something more and more people are opting for.