in Indonesia.. we worked 8 hours a day.. from Monday until friday and we got 1 hour to lunch break at 12.00 pm..
every company has their own policies.. there is a company that gives "extra payment" for the worker who worked more than 8 hour a day but there is not..
In my old workplace, I remember working like 70 hours a week. I sent an email to ILO explaining the details and reminding that this goes contrary to both internal law in Turkey and international regulations of which Turkey is a signatory. Their reply was like a joke: "we can not accept individual demands, enable your labor union to get in touch with us"
It was like a joke because a great majority of working people in Turkey do not belong to labor unions. But of course it's not openly prohibited for the sake of displaying a semblance of democracy