28 August 2019
You’ll be contracted to 37.5 hours a week. If you’re an engineer, that’s usually four or five days a week between Monday and Sunday. And once you’ve got some experience under your belt, there should be opportunities for overtime.
You will work long hours and not get paid for them . Expected to give 2 hours travel each day for no pay . Also expected to stay on after finish time which goes on flex rather than overtime .
Cheap labour avoid.
47.5 hrs if you include the 1hr commitment time at start and finish of shift
It will be 37.5 plus you will have to give 1 hour travel at the start and end of day in your own time on a 5 day week in reality that’s 47.5hrs ! 😉
36 hours but realistically can be more depending on work load
If you work hard you can finish early depending on your line manager
37.5 per week (often more to be unofficially claimed back)
You can get jobs which become long due to faults which mean that you never have a set finish time. You will get payed over time after you do a certain amount of extra hours.