I did not like working night shift I was always tired
Answered - Line worker (Former Employee) - Shippensburg, PA
I work 6 am to 3 pm one week
Then 3 pm to midnight the next week.
They flip back and forth.
I'm a Line technician so we are required to "flip shifts" however if you do Dayton Ohio receiving fork lift driver you get days for good because we don't empty trucks at night. I thought those guys work like 3:30 to noon . They always seem to be leaving around days lunch time
Hour are on a rotating shift. Every week I switch, and I cover all 24 hours over a 3 week period. Week 1 is 7-3:30 PM. Week 2 is 11 PM-7:30 AM. Week 3 is 3-11:30 PM. Overtime runs in 4 hour blocks either before or after shifts, and is forced if necessary based on seniority
Answered - Perfume technician (Current Employee) - Avenel, NJ
Working hours were 12 hr rotating shifts plus overtime
Answered - Plant Technician (Former Employee) - Cape Girardeau, MO
Working hours rough they were 12 hour rotating shifts
Answered - Plant technician (Former Employee) - Cape Girardeau, MO
The machines break down , the hours aren't guranteed , there's barely any over time oppurtunities I highly don't recommend this job if you're looking to make easy, good , money.
Answered - Warehouse Worker (Current Employee) - Hunt Valley, MD
Had 12hrs shift an 8hrs shift. That was great because you had wknds off sometimes.
Answered - Supervisor/Trainer (Former Employee) - Albany, GA
8 am to 4:30 pm
I worked 50+ hours /week when not raveling.
Answered - Associate Director (Former Employee) - Boston, MA
Switching back and forth was less enjoyable than a straight 3rd shift. I worked a 12 hour night 2-2-3-2 pattern that I always knew when I worked and didn't. The overnight hours can be grueling but it was better than being forced to work overtime unexpectedly.
Answered - Chemist (Former Employee) - Iowa City, IA