In the mix...rotational Vs fixed shift patterns

Given the changing patterns of demand for goods and services across all sectors, organisations are increasingly faced with the challenge of introducing new ways of working or amending the working hours or shift patterns worked by their employees.

One of the common debates when considering the most appropriate and effective work pattern is whether to use a rotating or fixed shift system. 

The purpose of this white paper is to provide an analysis of rotational and fixed shift systems including practical advice and best practice for designing and implementing new shift systems.

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Definitions:

Rotational shift systems mean that employees will change their hours of work across several work patterns/work blocks on a regular/pre-determined basis. 

The range of options available are many and varied ranging from...

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