How many hours a week do you normally work?

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Sachin said:   8 years ago
I do not count work time. But I am always ready for my work.
(38)

Vishalk said:   6 years ago
Hi sir,

You know time management is very important to assign work, we always try to complete work on time.

Less time + assign work complete = called smart employee.
(37)

Bharat said:   8 years ago
It doesn't matter how many hours I give its all about the how many productive hours I give its all about the outcome as product and result.
(35)

Rehan khan said:   7 years ago
Sir, it depends on condition. But normally, my duty was 10am to 6pm. But can not say anything. Sometime I did work till 8 and 9 o'clock.
(34)

Mridupaban said:   7 years ago
It's depending on workload and conditions. Normally I'm always working 9 to 10 hours.
(32)

Sruthi said:   8 years ago
I can work up to completing my work.

There is no minimum time to work.

I will try up to my possibility.
(32)

Vijay Rana said:   7 years ago
It does n't matter how many hours we spent it's all depends on smarter work and productive work.
(31)

Imran Siddiqui said:   8 years ago
I am working according to my work requirements. If more work then my first priority is to complete my work in within my shift hour or I can do stretch or overtime (OT) as well. All depends on my work.
(31)

Deepak Sharma said:   8 years ago
I don't believe in working longer.

I believe in working smarter.
(31)

Hahsjj said:   2 years ago
I always try to complete tasks assigned to me within my working hours. However, sometimes due to a heavy volume of work and requirements, I can manage the time or I have stretched my working hours too. But time doesn't matter interest in work does matter a lot.
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