The normal work week for an engineer is 50 hours a week. Typically putting in 10 hours each day, but not much more than checking emails on weekends.
In Engineering, official work hours are 8 but most of the days these hours get stretched upto 10-11 hours based on nature of work and urgency of deliverables. Sometimes global meetings and communications cause little strtched work hours.
It depends what type of environment you're in and which business you're in. Typically in manufacturing, I've seen ranges from 8 to 12 hours per day depending on demand. In the office, I typically see people working 8 to 10 hours with flexible hours.
Normal hours sometimes projects may include individuals from other countries and require conference calls earlier in the morning or later evening.
Answered - Director of Operations (Current Employee) - Shoreview, MN
8Hours a day, it a straight day from 8am to 5pm and at times over time which takes us deep into the night
Bad. I was working 3rd shift and it's controlling my life.
Answered - Assembly (Former Employee) - Columbus, IN
5pm - 6am they are very long but the paycheck is amazing at the end of the week. You get plenty of work breaks and a significantly respectable lunch break. They have a cafeteria right in the building and the food is amazing.
Answered - Laborer (Former Employee) - Jamestown, NY
Working hours are according to the department or business you work in. If you work in Corporate office, working hours can range from 7am to 4pm. Assembly Facilities hours of operation varies by departments.
Answered - Customer Account Representative (Former Employee) - Rocky Mount, NC
At my facility we have been working 10 hour days for the last 4 years and you can count the number of Saturdays you have off on your hands. We work from 5am - 3pm
Answered - production (Current Employee) - Cummins Onan of Elkhart, Indiana
Working hours are 6:30am to 3pm
Answered - Welder, quality inspector, material handler (Former Employee) - Wautoma, WI