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How are the working hours?

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The hours can suck if you are new

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The hours and over is OK sometime but 12hr shifts 7days is to much stress

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Hours are fine, except when they want you to work over time. It doesn't matter if you are taking college courses and you have an exam or something, or a wedding to go to on your day off, or a reunion that you are hosting that has been planned almost a year in advance... they expect you to work that overtime. It sucks! They also require 4 hours before and 4 hours after in the same week with no regard to sleep habits, personal schedules outside of work, family life, etc. Only complaint about Pitney Bowes.

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Flexible, especially if you want to work later hours.

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8-5 5 days a week

Answered - Field Systems Specialist (Current Employee) - Birmingham, AL

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Normal working hours. Not much over time required.

Answered - Senior Software Engineer (Current Employee) - Los Angeles, CA

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Very clear...1st shift, 2nd Shift, 3rd shift for production.

1st shift for administrative staff and maintenance.

Answered - Administrative Assistant/Receptionist (Former Employee) - Indianapolis, IN

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Horrible it's 3 shifts 5am 1pm or 9pm

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For the most part, Great. On call time not an option, you most do it.

Answered - Field Product Specialist, USM Division (Former Employee) - Albuquerque, NM

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Over time is optional and fairly flexible

Answered - Client Billing Representative (Current Employee) - Hicksville, NY

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