Questions and Answers about Department of Corrections

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How are the working hours?


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Long and you are on call the pay is not good and you get raises at the discretion of the Arkansas government


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8 hour a day to sixteen hour a day

Answered - Correctional Officer (Former Employee) - Michigan

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8 hour days

Answered - Lead Unit Custodian (Former Employee) - Redgranite, WI

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8 hours. I did work 40 hours a week.

Answered - Records Manager II (Former Employee) - Los Lunas, NM

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You work when they tell you to how long they tell you to and as much as they tell you to you have no choice

Answered - Officer (Former Employee) - Florida

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8 to 16 hours daily
6-2, 2-10 10-6

Answered - Correctional Officcer (Former Employee) - San Juan, PR

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Never worked there

Answered - Program Coordinator (Current Employee) - Boulder, CO

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Long work hours

Answered - Licensed Practical Nurse, night shift, Arkansas (Former Employee) - Grady, AR

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Hours are standard shift work

Answered - Administrative Secretary I (Former Employee) - Tucson, AZ

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It was strict 8-5 hours

Answered - Clerk (Former Employee) - Tallahassee, FL

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