Since its flat rate very long if you want a decent pay check.
If you divide out the hours for the pay, you wouldn't even make minimum wage. Salaried positions that is; my secretary was actually coming out better than me making overtime and still not work as much as I did.
Upper management will intimidate you with loud talk and threats against your job if you dont put in the hours they set without compensation, terrible company to work FOR NOT WITH
The business hours are M-F 7:00am-6:00pm, but since they don't like to pay too much overtime, they make all of the salaried employees work the full hours including being there early and more often than not staying late. Then the people who are hourly they try to limit to a certain amount per week, while also giving them a heavy workload that cannot usually be kept within the time constraints they have set.
Very long hours (and that was before they extended them by another hour). I'm in the office and you're expected to be here around 6:45 and stay until sometime after 6. Latest, I've stayed was 7:30 I think (but typical/to be expected, would be 6:30-6:45).
Very long especially when I have a long commute home. I work M-F 7-5 pm, sometimes 5:30 pm.
Answered - Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) - Sacramento, CA
Very long hours for very little pay. Certainly just a job and not a career.
Very long for little pay. Overwhelming workload. No help from upper management when asked for assistance. End of month, you aren't allowed to leave until you get an "OK" from regional manager, which could be as late as 10 or 11pm
Very long, and sometimes at "end of month" we would stay close to ten at night. That's a 14 hour day.
Answered - Service Advisor (Former Employee) - San Antonio, TX
7:30-5:30 M-F and Saturday 8-12
Often times you will come in around 7-7:15 and leave around 6.
Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Texas