Long early mornings and late evenings, sometimes even get called in on weekends
7-9 hours a day
The general working hours specified in your employment contract, as previously defined, are pretty much immaterial. There is an underlying culture within ANZ that expects you to work overtime, and it will be unpaid. While you may think you're on a salary of say $35 an hour, by the time you dilute that pay down because of the extra hours you will be working, your effective salary would be somewhere around $26 an hour. The Bank will try to tell you when you sign a Contract that you'd work say 8am to 5pm, which in the normal course would be reasonable. Read the Contract carefully though, because it will actually state your work hours to be "whatever it takes to get the job done". In effect, when they want you to work, you will work, and there will be no such thing as overtime payment. If you don't work the overtime, you will find that you are overlooked for any promotion, and Management will start to see you as a "bad egg" and you'll find it difficult remaining with the Bank. Through Personal Appraisal Ratings, KPI's and Targets they will progressively performance manage you out of the place so that they only have minions left who toe the company line and work the unpaid overtime. It won't matter if you work in Metropolitan sites, or Regional locations. ALL Management in ANZ expects you to work unpaid overtime.
Scheduled hours depend on the job you apply for, BUT importantly for higher jobs they define your hours of work as "whatever it takes to get the job done". That's how they get around paying overtime. Irrespective of what's in your Employment Contract, there will be an expectation that you work overtime, and in all cases it will be unpaid.
Good hours, Mine was suitable for my needs.
9.00 untill 5.30 pm
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