35 is normal work week. If you work extra hours they don’t pay overtime but will give you that time off.
To keep up with the workload and other demands 10 - 12 hours days and a weekend day. Several co-workers complaints due to the constant grind of working long hours and never letting up. When it looks like you are keeping up, management gives you more work or want you to help someone else out. Hamster wheel environment..
Salaried employees work on average 12 hour days, most work 6 days a week. There are 5 different programs that take alot of time to process work.
Long and stressful.
Certain employees got to get earlier hours so that they didn't get in traffic and the newer employees got stuck with the later hours every day when traffic was horrible
Say goodbye to your social life. You are expected to sacrifice any and all free time to the unreasonable demands of this employer. You get paid to work 37.5 hours a week but are expected to work ~60+ hours a week, no overtime.
37.5 hours a week
Answered - Client Service Associate Senior (Current Employee) - Boca Raton, FL
Good, somewhat flexible depending on department
Answered - Technical Assistant (Current Employee) - Bellevue, WA
The hours were fine exact certain employees got to get earlier hours so that they didn't get in traffic and the newer employees got stuck with the later hours everyday when traffic was horrible.
Answered - Claims (Former Employee) - Mechanincsburg Pa
Told 35 hour day but you'll likely work 60+
Answered - Claims supervisor (Former Employee) - California