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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.

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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.

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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.

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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

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Standard 9-5

Answered - Personal Banker (Former Employee) - Wheaton, MD

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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.

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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

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Horrible for families

Answered - Loss Mitigation Representative (Former Employee) - San Antonio, TX

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Great, overtime was rarely needed and you could work the shift you wanted.

Answered - Collateral Underwriter/Underwriter/Team Lead (Former Employee) - Jacksonville, FL

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Veryfair to the employees. No surprises

Answered - Customer Teller (Former Employee) - Herndon, VA

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