Whats the earliest time you start work?

September 14, 2008 3:37am CST
Hi, so its sunday and im work really bored. I had to be in here at 7.30am and had to get up at 6.30. I was just wondering what time everyone else has to get up and work? There is no need for me to be in this early really but for some stupid reason the company thinks its a good idea even though there are no calls to take....strange.
5 responses
@h8739182 (448)
• India
15 Sep 08
I normally start my work at 9 a.m.
15 Sep 08
What job is it that you do?
@h8739182 (448)
• India
15 Sep 08
I am working as a System Admin. What about you.
@JannaLee (660)
• Philippines
14 Sep 08
Th earliest time would be 6:00 am for me...or sometimes it could be earlier. I work in a medical world, a profession who cares less for sleep. So we can't really complain about going to work at a very early time or for worse in the middle of the night. There were really times when you were paged from your sleep, and you don't have a choice but to grab your coat and head to the hospital...sigh^^
14 Sep 08
No offense but I couldnt think of anything worse. I hate being woken up. I think everyone should be allowed to start work when they want and should be able to wake up naturally....surely it cant be good for you, forcing yourself to wake up everyday when your body is resting.
@modstar (9612)
• Philippines
24 Sep 08
My earliest would be at 6:00am. Those were the worse days of my life. That's what people get for working in sales. To make things a lot worse, It's a Monday to Saturday job. So that means i will be going to work 6 days a week at 6:00am and be going home at 8:00pm.
@bowtieguy (5930)
• United States
15 Sep 08
I normally don't go into work untill about 8:40 or so, I have to get the systems up and runnin before everyone else gets there so they can't start imediatley. I usualy get up around 5:30 so I can shower and be dressed in time to make sure my sons have plenty of time to get ready for school and have a nice breakfast to start off thir day. I also have to make sure I leave anough time to drop them off at school without being late to work.
@jfxrsch (1041)
• China
15 Sep 08
I had even worse situation than yours when I worked as an employee... once I lived far away from my company, it took more than 2 hours in normal day but 3 hours if traffic is heavy. So I had to leave home around 6:00 and spent more than 2 hours in bus. That was painful and stupid. When I arrived office, I was already exhausted. That made me bored everyday.