Questions and Answers about Unisys

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How are the working hours?

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Depends on what department you are working for. Call centers always have 3 shifts.

Answered - Service Desk Specialist L1 (Current Employee) - Augusta, GA

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We worked an AWS 4x9hour days and every other Friday 8 hours.

Answered - Contractor for DISA (Former Employee) - Hill AFB, UT

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Balanced and B shift so I was able to get the most out of home work life

Answered - IT Support Specialist for Microsoft (Former Employee) - Rochester, NY

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7am-4pm M-F

Answered - Support Desk Manager (Current Employee) - Washington City, DC

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9am to 5pm unless you finish early.

Answered - Computer Repair Field Engineer (Current Employee) - Portland, OR

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Working hours was good.

Answered - IT Technician (Former Employee) - Glen Allen, VA

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Range from 4 to 12 hours a day.

Answered - Onsite Technician (Former Employee) - Fort Wayne, IN

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40 hour work week

Answered - Help Desk Specialist (Former Employee) - Virginia Beach, VA

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The working hours at Unisys are generally very rigid with little requirement to do overtime unless you want to. The problem is that it's a 24/7 facility and holidays were not optional.

Answered - Helpdesk Technical Agent I (Former Employee) - Rochester, NY

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Varied upon need. Depending on contract, there was plenty of overtime, on call, and weekend work available.

Answered - Technical Support Specialist, 3rd Level (Former Employee) - New York, NY

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