Yes an no, when hired you are offered X amount of shifts to choose from, from there if you don’t like your shift, you can ask someone to swap with you... good luck..... or you can wait for a shift bid and possibly be stuck with a worst shift.
Shift bids are based on employee rank and/or performance. If you get a shift the doesnt work for you, there are options to switch shift w/other co-workers or if you have a valid reason, such as school, to request a shift adjustment, temporary accommodations may be available.
It was done by a bid system and you did it according to seniority so you may or may not get the hours you wanted.
To some extent. schedules were Monday through Friday but workload would dictate the hours
Answered - Database Administrator (Former Employee) - Albuquerque, NM
You are able to share the hours that you are willing to work, but are unable to chose schedules.
Answered - Client Services Center Team Lead (Former Employee) - Mason, OH
Work schedules are assigned
Answered - Patient Care Advocate (Current Employee) - Port Saint Lucie, FL
No, unfortunately not
Answered - Assisting patients (Current Employee) - Saint Marys, GA
My position was PRN. Usually I'd call the night before or the previous shift to see if work was available. There were some days when i chose to work double shifts to make up for lost hours or to make a little bit of extra money.
Answered - Member Services Rep/Pharmacy Tech (Former Employee) - St. Louis, MO
Yes my work hours was flexible.
Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - St. Louis, MO
No, that is chosen by shift bids. You request hours that you want and then what is chosen is yours. Sometimes does not work out for some people.
Answered - COE Benefit Coverage Review Specialist (Current Employee) - St. Louis, MO