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Re: What is a "3, 2, 2" schedule mean?


Posted by awake alex on June 10, 2000 at 08:51:34:

In Reply to: What is a "3, 2, 2" schedule mean? posted by Sue on June 05, 2000 at 21:52:47:

most likely a shift configuration something like this:

3 shifts on - 2 shifts off - 2 shifts on - 3 shifts off- 2 shifts on - 2 shifts off... and then it would repeat...

Depending on the locality you live in and the total number of hours required to be worked/overtime legislation, it may be slightly different... but that is the gist of it...


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