Very flexible! Management very conscious of work/life balance & unexpected things that may happen.
It was okay since I'm in college fulltime finishing up my BA in disaster Emergency management
Somewhat flexible. Most stores do ask that you to begin your work before 11:00 am. There have been times when I waited until afternoon due to doctor appointments, etc. You are required to be there certain days of the week; 4 days or 5 days, usually off on Tuesdays.
During normal times at Hallmark, the hours for an Order Processor, are the most flexible I've ever heard of anywhere. You may be required to do a lot of overtime, but are given a lot of tools to make it work. And if you are responsible with those, you balance out the needs of the business, with your obligations or lifestyle just fine, and make decent money too. They were doing a lot of adjustments to make the overtime work more efficient anyway, so it's not as grueling as it has been in the past.
Not very but they make it early enough so you can make changes if needed
You will get 12-15 a week and you can decided when to show up at each designated location. Each store has assigned hours for each location. That depends on if it’s a normal day or a seasonal day.
It was flexible only because they call when they need you.
The manager was understanding, so they were flexible when they needed to be
Most stores set times of service. Starting time can be from 6am-9am for 1st store. Depending on territory you may only service a particular store 3 times a week but it depends on the what the store has requested. Most of the work is completed by noon everyday if not before noon. During holiday tests these hours will and can change based on reset and management of each store in a territory.
There were specific shift times that stayed consistent.