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Twelve hours working very interested in night shift

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8-10 hour work days, mandatory overtime, most the time your working 4pm-1230am if not later, shift bids are based on seniority. Get most holidays.

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You have a choice to work manadatory overtime or quit. I quit. Short of staff all the time. Working 2-6 machines at a time for $9 an hour.

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There are no set hours. You are always on call without the overtime pay

Answered - Distribution (Former Employee) - Delaware

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Nights and weekends and holidays

Answered - Copy Editor, Page Designer (Current Employee) - NY, NJ

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If you are hired as $9hr Material Hour then you are SHHHH out of luck. The Supervisors and the Machine Operators will work you like a dog, forced overtime, work 6 or 7 days straight, 8-10 hours or more, no (2) 15 minute breaks, if they decide to allow you to have a 15 minute break, it will be shorten to about 10-12 minutes. Your 30 minute lunch break is shorten due to the Head N In Charge walking around like a lost rattle snake with glasses looking for you to return to your machine and work. They think that there arent any better jobs out there, which GANNETT is the worse that Ive seen.

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8 work hours per day.

Answered - Retail Advertising Key Account Executive (Current Employee) - Jackson, MS

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7 days a week 9-9

Answered - Account Executive (Former Employee) - Salem, OR

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Tailored to my personal life

Answered - Regional HR Director (Current Employee) - Jackson, MS

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Full time was 37.5 hours per week, anything over that was overtime.

Answered - Pre/press supervisor (Former Employee) - Norwood, MA

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