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Shift work; typically 7-3, 12-8, 2-10, 3-11, or overnight (11-7). HOWEVER, you are expected to pick up shifts on your days off and work 10 or 12 hour days fairly regularly with no appreciation shown (i.e. good luck getting any days off approved). If you don't agree to working extra days/hours, you are made to feel very ashamed and that your job will be on the line.
Answered 29 May 2018
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