(based on 13 ratings in 2014)
"When I have to study for exams I'm not expected to stay after hours, otherwise though I stay as long as I need to in order to finish my tasks."Graduate, Birmingham
"When you have exams to study for, the company is very helpful in making sure you have adequate time to prepare for these. Each engagement is all about teamwork, so when you have to work long hours, you do it together!"Graduate, London
"If based at the office, hours are normally around 9:00am-6:00pm. If you're based a client it tends to be longer and later. Of course then you generally will go home and do some revision for exams."Graduate, London
"Normally working hours are from 9:30am to 5:30pm but they can be flexible. You can work from home, or start from 8:00am and leave at 4:00pm. On Friday you can leave a bit earlier than usual. You are unlikely to work really late or during weekends unless you drive yourself to. If you work with clients, you need to adjust to the client's working hours which may be more or less than what you're used to."Graduate, London
"I generally find myself working eight hours per day. Sometimes I do work more than this though."Graduate, Birmingham
"Deloitte is very flexible regarding working hours, as long as you achieve what is expected of you. There have been days when I've been in the office for three hours, others when I've been there for 12. It just depends how much work you have to do."Graduate, London
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