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No flexibility at all. You bid on shifts about every 6 months, and it's seniority based...so starting out you'll likely work the closing shift for a year or more.
When you first start, you don’t really have the opportunity to work any shifts other than closing. Also depends on if you’re full time or part time. But as your seniority moves up, then flexibility gets better.
As a manager my schedule mirrors my reps so I am required to work the hours they work
You can bid. Based on seniority
This job isn't meant for some one with a family or small children . You make alot of money but know you will be there more than you are at home.
Very flexible for a software engineer, I was able to start work at 7AM if I wanted to be finished a bit early for an appointment. I just had to check with my boss on my schedule, for the most part it was up to the individual as long as it didn't interfere with deployments or leave the team vulnerable.
Lowest seniority have to close all the time and work weekends
Not very flexible . Shifts are by bid and sometimes pto isn’t available
8am to 7pm Monday thru Friday. New hires usually don't get to open the call queue at 8am.
Very. The deathstar allows many employees to set their own hours, as long as the work is done.