split shift


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split shift

n.
A working shift divided into two or more periods of time, such as morning and evening, with a break of several hours between them.

split shift

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a work period divided into two parts that are separated by an interval longer than a normal rest period
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Noun1.split shift - a working shift divided into two periods of time with several hours in between
duty period, work shift, shift - the time period during which you are at work
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She explained that plans included a daily split shift pattern for some workers of 7am to 10am, 12 noon to 2pm and 4pm to 10pm.
She said plans included a daily split shift pattern for some workers of 7am-10am, 12 noon-2pm and then 4pm-10pm.
Then I go home for a rest as it is my turn for a split shift.
Health care workers in the split shift system stand to benefit the most from the decision.
These people, particularly if unskilled, are technically employees and if the split shift is inconvenient or involves much less than 7.
But, with head coach Ian McGeechan telling him the race is still wide open, he knows a split shift with Jones may end up being his best bet.
the window, two hours into a split shift, contemplating another cheese
I do a split shift, one in the morning and one in the evening, so I'm making four journeys a day.
Weekends and during the summer I worked a split shift.
Journeys will have to be rescheduled, and some will not be possible at all without a split shift.
03:00pm - After lunch over, I go home from a split shift for lunch and to unwind.
He should realise it's a split shift industry, going further by confirming government intervention in small business if Labour win, starting with everyone's pay being advertised around the shop floor, a sure way to cause conflict between teams of workers, we all have different levels of commitment, qualifications and aptitude do we not Mr Smith?