Hours very depending your position. Hourly are very strictly monitored. They what they call, "reorganization", to get rid of people. Usually the higher paid for salary employees. They wait a couple of months then hire someone with very little experience at a very low salary.
Very long and expected
Answered - VP, Repair Station Operations (Former Employee) - Columbus, OH
If you are an account manager, they have you sign a waiver to get no lunch breaks and they deeply frown upon getting up from your “desk” (it was a shared workspace) - your shifts were supposed to be 10 hours long but if you were new and the closing shift (1-11) you would literally never get out right at 11. There were nights when people were leaving at 2-3 am during the busy seasons which is basically October through April (holidays then spring breaks)
Overtime kept low for hourly personnel, if possible. Overtime was available, if needed.
Answered - Executive Jet Management (Former Employee) - Finance