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How are the working hours?

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Hours are crazy. Working 60 plus hours a week every week since I started this past June. Just came off of mandatory 7 days a week 12 hour shifts just a week ago. Also when overtime hits they tell you the day off and not a day or 2 in advance. If you know how to do more than one task odds are you will never get a day off during the mandatory overtime.

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A least one day of mandatory overtime. But it is just to messt with your schedule, because they always send people home and you can ended with less than 3 HR of overtime for that day.

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Most of the day you dont even work 8 hours when they star sending people home.

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Not enought hour to pay bill.

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They have 1st, 2nd, and 3rd shifts. The measured production environment is challenging but the overall work environment is good.

Answered - Reach Forklift Operator (Former Employee) - Moreno Valley, CA

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Monday to Friday 7:30am to 3:30pm

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One week is tues, wed, sat, sun 6am-6pm
then the following week is mon, thurs, friday 6am-6pm

Answered - Case picker / reach truck operator (Current Employee) - Shippensburg, PA

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One week you work tues , wed, sat , sun 6am-6pm
the nest week is mon, thurs, friday 6am-6pm

Answered - Case picker / reach truck operator (Current Employee) - Shippensburg, PA

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Great, you can really make some money, but be careful what you ask for.

Answered - Reach Truck Operator (Former Employee) - Edwardsville, IL

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Very short notice of mandatory overtime. They work you like a robot and expect you to do no less than perfect every day.

Answered - Coordinator (Former Employee) - Moreno Valley, CA

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