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  • ask the Army
    deployed decoy
    Well I have worked for the Army for over 10 years. In places like Kosovo, Germany, Georgia (not the US state) and Kuwait. I have NEVER had a formal tour of duty assigned. I have watched others be hey you'ed into working all night, on weekends with little to no OT since they got Friday off for example. The example to follow has been around a long time in places where feds enjoy ZERO labor protections.
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  • Works for me
    zak6482
    I've been DA Civ for the past few years and a contractor before that and am well known for rolling in late and leaving late. I work hard and get the mission done so my supervisors have been pretty agreeable to it as long as it isn't too dramatic. Still, I wish I could sleep in a couple more hours. Some of us don't exactly agree with the morning but we still need to be present during some of the day. I don't think a completely open schedule would be the best thing but I agree that it should be a lot more flexible with results mattering more than putting in hours. At the same time, however, I think having time boundaries can be a good thing as it creates a defined structure. I always have more work than I have time to complete so it's nice to be able to look at a clock and tell myself I should go home. If only results mattered, I'd probably end up working 16 hour days because I'd never feel like I had any results.
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