Mandatory overtime in the department I worked in. We were not allowed to leave until all documents that had to go out that day we're done. Missed a lot of my son's football games. Also had to work at least one Saturday a month.
40 hours a week. No over time. Typical shift for my location is 730 am - 545 pm with one 45 minute lunch break... That will be about 3-4 days of the week then the other 1-2 days will be shorter days. You get used to it.
Horrible work, home balance. Not sure if this depends on the manager, but 6 days a week with no time off during the week, leaves me no time for my family. No flexibility.
Schedule bids help adjust schedule to balance work and life but it takes time for that to be implemented.
Answered - Financial Crimes Specialist II (Former Employee) - Sioux Falls, SD
Answered - Personal Banker (Former Employee) - Wheaton, MD
The working hours are great. During tax season there is usually a couple hours of required overtime per week, and then there is a maximum of 3 hours optional overtime to be added. It's great, you can basically control your own paycheck.
It is ok but I need about 50 hours a week because im working on going to school for my bachelors degree
Answered - Operations Specialist (Current Employee) - Charlotte, NC
Horrible for families
Answered - Loss Mitigation Representative (Former Employee) - San Antonio, TX
Great, overtime was rarely needed and you could work the shift you wanted.
Answered - Collateral Underwriter/Underwriter/Team Lead (Former Employee) - Jacksonville, FL
Veryfair to the employees. No surprises
Answered - Customer Teller (Former Employee) - Herndon, VA