Remote software developers at Turing are required to put in 8 hours a day, or 40 hours in a week.
What timezone will I have to work in at Turing?
At Turing developers have flexible working hours and can work according to their convenience. However, since most of our customers are based in the U.S. and work in PST hours, developers are required to have a 4-hour overlap within this timezone to ensure successful communication and collaboration. The rest of the 4 hours are flexible and up to the discretion of developers. Turing recommends that developers talk to their respective managers and chalk out a flexible work-routine that suits them.
How does Turing track working hours?
Turing’s Workspace App has an optional time tracker to help keep a record of the hours you’ve worked. As a remote developer, this helps know and verify that you have clocked in the required hours. However, you can also clock in hours manually, but be sure to do so diligently.