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If your working grave yard , I've heard they roll all your breaks together totaling a 4 hour break from 1am til 5am. Is that true?

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No, this is not true.

Answered - Research Analyst (Current Employee) - Santa Clara, CA

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Its happened before

Answered - Manufacturing Technician (Former Employee) - Chandler, AZ

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Not true! We received two one hour breaks and 2-3 15 minute breaks in between.

Answered - Manufacturing Technician (Former Employee) - Chandler, AZ

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Not true, you would work your breaks around the situation needed

Answered - Technician (Former Employee) - Colorado Springs, CO

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No depending on the manager.the longest break you normally get is an hour and 30 minutes 30 minute break for your normal regular break and an hour for your lunch it is true they try to prevent you from taking breaks as much as possible to finish up work since there is always a lot of work to do.but they allow you breaks within the last 2 hours of work which would be the hour and thirty minutes and then closer to the end of the shift they allow you a 15 minute break overall it is great due to how the time is organized in a way to ensure all work gets done fairly fast efficiently but correctly

Answered - Janitorial Worker (Former Employee) - Chandler, AZ

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No, not that I am aware of.

Answered - EEP&E Lab Technician (Former Employee) - DuPont, WA

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No, that is not true, at least not for this company.

Answered - Manufacturing/Inspection Specialist (Former Employee) - Las Piedras Municipio, PR

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No, my experience was for a 12 hour shift you get two 2 hour breaks.

Answered - Inspector (Former Employee) - Chandler, AZ

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No, unless they are not performing to Intels factory guidelines. You are required to spend 90% of your shift in factory.

Answered - Engineering/Module Technician (Former Employee) - Hillsboro, OR

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We 're team work. Break time base on the needs of team member.

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