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day shift

or day·shift (dā′shĭft′)
n.
1. A group of employees working during the day in a factory or business.
2. The period of time for such work.
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day shift

n
1. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a group of workers who work a shift during the daytime in an industry or occupation where a night shift or a back shift is also worked
2. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) the period worked
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.day shift - the work shift during the day (as 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.)
duty period, work shift, shift - the time period during which you are at work
2.day shift - workers who work during the day (as 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.)
shift - a crew of workers who work for a specific period of time
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Translations

day shift

nturno di giorno
to be on day shift → fare il turno di giorno
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References in classic literature ?
Before me, one mature able-bodied labourer had done the day shift and another equally mature able-bodied labourer had done the night-shift.
[16] Studies have shown the impact of shift work on the psychological and physical health of nurses and compared between rotating night shifts and day shifts. The instrument used for data collection was the "standard shift work index," they reported the lowest mean score in the items of job satisfaction, quality and quantity of sleep, with more frequent chronic fatigue, psychological, and cardiovascular symptoms in comparison with the day shift workers, in a statistically significant way.
A scientist who didn't want to work day shifts swapped his own faeces with a patient who had salmonella to prove to his bosses he had food poisoning.
ASCIENTIST who didn't want to work day shifts put his own faeces into a patient's stool sample which had tested positive for salmonella to prove to his bosses he had food poisoning, a professional hearing was told.
The final sample consisted of 260 miners working at varied altitudes with the 4x4 work shift (two 12-h day shifts and two 12-h night shifts, followed by 4 rest days).
Trainees with more day shifts and lesser night shift duties appeared to be more satisfied with their job, but they did not differ in job satisfaction on the basis of family system and level of PG training.
But the survey found an average of 9.7 patients to one registered nurse on day shifts in Wales - and an average of 15.7 patients to one nurse at night.
Cull now works for another nursing agency in Edinburgh - doing only day shifts.
Moreover it was aimed at studying how their working shifts (night and day shifts) are associated with their work motivation.
Of the redundancies , 260 will be given the option of day shifts while 90 jobs will be permanently lost.
And if so, is there any requirement on me to work day shifts at all, or can I only do night shifts for a set amount of time?