How long you could work in your office?

@1anurag1 (3580)
India
June 10, 2011 1:06pm CST
How long you could work in your office? Yes that a question can be of an HR. but I am not an HR, but would like to know, how long you like to work in your office. What is the average time for you to work in your office and also what could be the maximum time you would like to work in your office.
5 responses
• Philippines
11 Jun 11
I just couldn't stay as long working at the office. My work involves communicating with mostly irrate customers and I just couldn't stand that. Working on an 8 hour shift is just a bit too much. I'd prefer working at least 4 hours but I wouldn't want the salary to go down. I guess in dreamworld it's possible.
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@1anurag1 (3580)
• India
15 Jun 11
thanks for the precious response.
• Philippines
16 Jun 11
Your welcome. Now, I would like to know your point of view here. Would you mind sharing your insights on this?
• United States
11 Jun 11
Hi there well I've worked 13 hour shifts to 12 hour shifts in my office and I'm completely fine with that as long as I have food and bathroom breaks! If anything that's all I would need at work and maybe some coffee and tv for the boring long time moments in between the slow times but yeah if I had all that I'm sure I could work longer! No questions asked! Oh and if I had nothing to do that day lol =)
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@1anurag1 (3580)
• India
12 Jun 11
Thanks for the response.
@greenline (14864)
• Canada
10 Jun 11
My work at the office keeps me very busy each work-day, some days upto 10 to 12 hours. But, I do enjoy the work. It has to do with international trading business, and we have to cope with different standard times of different regions of the world. By the time I get back home, some days it is already past midnight my time.
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@1anurag1 (3580)
• India
12 Jun 11
Thanks for the response.
@kingparker (9698)
• United States
10 Jun 11
Gosh, if I have a choice, I rather work a couple of hours in my office only, and I can walk out and do something that I like though. But the requirement is that I have to stay put for 8 hours a day, and I have to do it repetitively, just like a robot whatsoever.
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@1anurag1 (3580)
• India
12 Jun 11
Thanks for the response.
@dorannmwin (36698)
• United States
13 Jun 11
When I worked outside the house and because of the fact that I was very fond of having three day weekends, I would typically work between 10 and 11 hours a day. This didn't bother me at all because my job was an easy job that I really enjoyed. However, had I not been working in a job that I liked, I think that it would have felt like quite a chore to work the full eight hours that is in a typical work day.