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How are the working hours for an LPN?


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Working hours depend on the specific facility that you are hired to work at. Smaller facilities may have Monday - Friday positions. Mid sized facilities normally have 12 hour positions - that are every other weekend (Fri, Sat & Sun) and two days per week. Larger facilities have numerous positions / shifts available, 6 a - 6 p or 7 a - 7 p, some 3 p - 11 p, some 11 p - 7 am, 6 p - 7 a, and 7 p - 7 a, a few facilities offer weekend positions.

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Scheduled hours are great...job usually cannot be completed in allotted time, but if you stay over to finish you will be reprimanded. If you do not stay and work is not completed, you will be reprimanded for that also.


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12 hour shifts

Answered - LPN (Former Employee) - Canton, GA

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Depending on the facility we have 8 and 12 hour shifts available and are very flexible depending on your availability and our needs.


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