23 employees reported this benefit
The best thing about flexible hours is you can schedule or not schedule days you want to work. That is most helpful if you are a student or a homemaker.
You can work as much or a little as you need, if you are not a contracted employee.
The best thing is that the required minimum of worked assignments per month is four (4). The worst thing is that tardiness in signing in is discounted from the paycheck.
flexible schedule, ability to choose which work days and which hours
The best thing about working for this company is that you get the freedom to choose your hours in which you want to work.
You basically work 2 days a month to keep your job but when you're not there the recruiter will call you anyway and try to get you to fill a position.
As a substitute, I can choose which days (and how many days) I work. This is one of the best parts of being a sub!
Offers insurance, but I have other insurance.
You can schedule to work when you want and take the time off you need (although that is without pay).
You select your days off. You can call to see if a last minute assignment is available, and your manager will call you to offer last minute assignments frequently if you are open to working them on days you could not locate an assignment on your own. The website that schedules you is easy to use, and you pick your days. You can specify days you want off from a day to months ahead of time. You can change your mind as well, in most cases, if you suddenly have time available. That is about as flexible a scheduling policy as I have ever seen.