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There are no guaranteed hours meaning you can be scheduled one shift a week if any. I worked about 20 hours a week with 3-4 shifts a week, mainly 8 hour shifts with some 4 hour shifts.
I applied for full-time work and am lucky if I get 23 hours a week. They keep hiring more part-time employees who get the additional hours I should be getting. Employers should be honest and tell employees that they are only ever going to be part-time and will be lucky to ever get 40 hours a week. Doesn't make a good, dedicated employee want to stay with the company.
Would work mainly day shifts given i was posted in the warehouse alot of times. they would mainly be within the hours of 8 am to 330 pm
8 hours including two 15 minute breaks, plus a one hour lunch that you are NOT allowed to shorten to half an hour in an effort to shorten your work day. So you're there for 9 hours.
Yes when your starting or sometimes after Christmas I would get only 1 to 2 shifts per week which would only give me anywhere from 4-10 hours per week
How many hours per week would you need before you would be eligible for benefits? And is it an average or do you have to be like promised that many hours min. Per week?
80 huors I have 5 years experience in marketing and in paking