- 1 What does hours available mean on an application?
- 2 How do you answer what hours are you available to work?
- 3 How do you ask for hours at work?
- 4 How do you politely ask for more hours at work?
- 5 Can you get fired for asking for more hours?
- 6 Will I get fired if I miss a day of work?
- 7 Is it OK to take sick days?
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What does hours available mean on an application?
What hours are you available
How do you answer what hours are you available to work?
Examples of the Best Answers
- I am available to work Monday through Friday, and I am very flexible about the start and end times on those days.
- I’m available during school hours while my children are at school, 9 am – 3 pm, Monday through Friday.
- I’m flexible and available just about any time you need me to work.
How do you ask for hours at work?
If you are uncomfortable asking specifically about how many hours you would be expected to work, ask about the amount of hours in the typical work week for others in the department or group. It turns the question from future hours to be worked by you to past hours worked by others.
How do you politely ask for more hours at work?
Q: How do you politely ask your boss if they can increase your hours without sounding demanding or pushy? Politely. Just approach him and ask if you may speak with him a few minutes. Ask him if your work has been satisfactory by saying something like, “First, I want to be sure my work has been okay.
Can you get fired for asking for more hours?
No. It’s likely the firing was in the works unless you were obnoxious when asking for the hours. So far as your “options”, unless you are covered by a contract, he can fire you “at will.” It’s not illegal to fire an employee for asking for additional hours.
Will I get fired if I miss a day of work?
So, if an at-will employee misses one day of work without prior authorization to miss work from the employer, that employee may be legally fired unless that employee misses work because they have a protected illness, disability, or obligation that causes him or her to miss work.
Is it OK to take sick days?
Sick days are an important asset of working life that help keep employees safe. There are plenty of times when using a sick day should be a no-brainer. If you have a case of the flu or food poisoning, the obvious answer is yes, stay home and heal.