Pretty much depends on the project you work. I worked for projects with 40 hrs a week and for some projects close to 65-70 hrs. Amdocs has laid off lots of people in recent years, with that the work hours have increased significantly.
Perfect working hours.No unnecessary pressure.
Answered - Software Test Engineer (Former Employee) - Pune
I work there on shifts by 12 hours.
Answered - Support engineer (Former Employee) - Sofia,Bulgaria
Working hours could easily extend to after hours and weekends. As exempt employees, this meant no overtime. Amdocs was real flexible about employees working from home on some days. There could be lots of meetings via conference call as employees were scattered across time zones.
Answered - Functional Test Engineer, Amdocs (Former Employee) - Home
They were pretty consistent, unless the Facilities Manager was unavailable. This might require returning to the office after-hours.
Answered - Facilities Administrative Coordinator (Former Employee) - Richardson, TX
40 Hours a week
Answered - SR RF ENGINEER (Current Employee) - Jackson, MS
Long and busy
Answered - Software Engineer (Former Employee) - Alpharetta, GA
Weekends, nights, on-call
Answered - Revenue Assurance Lead, Business Operations (Current Employee) - Champaign, IL