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post #1 of 62 (permalink) Old 01-04-2008, 12:07 AM Thread Starter
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Whats you work schedule

Well I just went from 5 days on and 2 off to

4 on 3 off

I am getting closer to what I use to work when I was a medic
and I was considered full time working 8 days a month. 2 24hour shifts a week was great

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post #2 of 62 (permalink) Old 01-04-2008, 12:08 AM
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I am good for about 7:30 am to about 5:30 pm or 6:00 pm M-F

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Get to work between 8 & 9 am

Leave between 5:30 and 10 pm, depending on work load.

Monday through Friday. Rarely Saturday.

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post #5 of 62 (permalink) Old 01-04-2008, 12:25 AM
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Monday - Friday

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Thanks to CLSB it has been changed to 9:00AM - 8:00PM and remote work from home on Saturdays so I could actually get my work done .

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ummm..... Theoretically it's M-F, 8am-5pm.
In reality it's really M-F, 9ish am - 5:30ish pm....and as soon as I hit 40 hours in a week I go home and don't come back.

But currently I've been working 10am-noon, from the comfort of my bed. I love vacation time.
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wtf is set work hours? Such a thing is ludacris

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8-9 to 5-6 it really depnds nothing is set in stone
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12 hour shifts
6a-6p days for 8 weeks and rotate to 6p-6a nights then rotate again etc....

Week 1- Mon/Tues work Wed/Thur off Fri/Sat/Sun work
Week 2- Mon/Tues off Wed/Thur work Fri/Sat/Sun off

And then the weeks rotate one after the other
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Sun - Weds 6:30am - 5:00pm. On 24/7 pager rotation for a week once every 4 months (carries comp time with it) and optional on call 2 holidays a year (also carried generous comp time). I also can work from home occasionally as needed.

We pick our schedules, but if we work a 4 days work week...we need to pick one weekend day since we have so many 24 hr pharmacies to support.

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Sun - Weds 6:30am - 5:00pm. On 24/7 pager rotation for a week once every 4 months (carries comp time with it) and optional on call 2 holidays a year (also carried generous comp time). I also can work from home occasionally as needed.

We pick our schedules, but if we work a 4 days work week...we need to pick one weekend day since we have so many 24 hr pharmacies to support.

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You work at the one off Lake Cook Rd.?

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I am on call 24/7/365.
But that's why you get the big bucks.

I'm 3 on 3 off, 12 hr shifts, swapping b/w days & nights every couple months.

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You work at the one off Lake Cook Rd.?
Yup! Well...Walgreens main campus is lake cook and wilmot...I'm in a new building we bought last year at Lake Cook and Sanders. We are all IT in that building, nd they just bought the building next door...so this is turning into the IT campus.

We are so big we now have a campus in bannockburn as well...


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But that's why you get the big bucks.
I bet you made more than me last year. But the bosses prolly bitch when you sleep at work.
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My schedule is extremely flexible. I can work 4 day weeks or 5 day weeks and come in generally anytime so long as I get at least 8 hours of work done. I also work from home about two days a week.

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12 hour shifts
6a-6p days for 8 weeks and rotate to 6p-6a nights then rotate again etc....

Week 1- Mon/Tues work Wed/Thur off Fri/Sat/Sun work
Week 2- Mon/Tues off Wed/Thur work Fri/Sat/Sun off

And then the weeks rotate one after the other
same thing except the only difference is on the days and nights. for instance on week one i would work days mon/tue and then nights fri/sat/sun. and then the next time i go back would be days. so on and so forth. got to love shift work!! oh and i work 5-5
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same thing except the only difference is on the days and nights. for instance on week one i would work days mon/tue and then nights fri/sat/sun. and then the next time i go back would be days. so on and so forth. got to love shift work!! oh and i work 5-5

Whoa! That's too much rotating with the sleep schedule. My department used to have us rotate every 4 weeks until last year when we started doing the 8 weeks instead. Rotating every other month was pure hell on my sleep schedule. God bless ya for handling the shift changes all within one week...ugh!
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Mon-Sat or Sun [rotates every other week]

10am-6pm job one
7pm-1am job two

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For the last 2 months I was working every single day. Generally about 6am-6 or 8pm monday thru saturday and then 6am-2pm at my other job on sundays.
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Mandatory 50 hours a week. Typically Mon-Fri 7AM to 5:30PM, and on 24 hour call for major issues.

But I typically roll into work anytime between 6AM to 7:30AM and leave anytime between 4PM to 6:30PM. I don't get overtime, so when I hit 50 hours I'm supposed to go home...but if I have work to do, I work till it's done and just take a few hours off early the next week.

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Mandatory 55 week.

6am to 5:30pm Mon-Fri.

If load is heavy my Sat schedule of 4am to 11am is added.

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All I really have to do is my 40 hours... I usually get here by 7 or 7:30 and leave around 4-5 except Fridays I leave by 2pm on Fridays. My commute is so JACKED that I spend 2 and a half hours a day total getting to and from work!!! Yeah that sucks

Anyone's company hiring in or near the loop/downtown. I'm always throwing that out there. Public transportation sounds sooooooooooooooooo GOOOOOOOOD!!!!

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My official hours are 8:45-3:05

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I work for my father in law who runs his own business. I work when he calls, but we only schedule M-F and we are mobile

the part that sucks is come better weather I won't be able to ride to work anymore.
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