Work hours are all over, Manager change the work schedule every three days. Work Weekend one week, off next. Next week off Monday - Thursday. They want you to work weekend for straight pay....Your manager controllers your life so you two better like each other.....You have flexible hours, no advancement opportunists..
7am to 4pm
Normal, some overtime.
Answered - Field Technician (Former Employee) - Denver
Answered - Software Deployment, Tier 2 Support Technician (Former Employee) - Richardson, TX
The working hours were flexible
Answered - Desktop Support Technician (Former Employee) - Sunnyvale, CA
Remote so hours were 7-6pm with travel involved
Answered - Client Executive III (Former Employee) - Sunnyvale, CA
Worked as needed, i.e. workload, shift coverage.
Answered - Field Engineer II (Former Employee) - Stamford, CT
Varies on department. Your core hours are expected to be followed. But you can set them. We can start anywhere from 7-9am and must work our 8 hrs with 1/2 - 1 hr lunch. So your core work hours stay the same every day. Mine is 8-4:30pm and is set and I must request ahead of time ifs y deviations are needed. Also all overtime must be approved ahead of time. Including traffic delays when servicing customers on the way back. i.e. If your stuck in traffic and not going to get back within you 8hr day you must call in asap when you realize it or you won't get paid for it.
The working hours are odd, and subject to change
Answered - CUSTOMER SERVICE AGENT (Former Employee) - Richardson, TX
Typical Professional work Day/Work week. 40-50 hours of work week.
Answered - Associate Director/Prinicpal Solution Architect (Former Employee) - Edison, NJ