shiftwork


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shiftwork

(ˈʃɪftˌwɜːk)
n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a system of employment where an individual's normal hours of work are, in part, outside the period of normal day working and may follow a different pattern in consecutive periods of weeks
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Over a 7-day simulated shiftwork protocol, the study assessed the impact of three eating conditions (a meal comprising 30 per cent of energy intake over a 24-hour period, for example, a sandwich, muesli bar, and apple); a snack comprising 10 per cent of energy intake (for example, just the muesli bar and apple); and no food intake at all, each consumed at 12:30 am.
The answer is they're not," said Jim Dillingham, a partner at Shiftwork Solutions, a consulting company that works with organizations with multi-shift operations.
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Work-related fatigue and recovery: the contribution of age, domestic responsibilities and shiftwork. J Adv Nur.
The "newness" long gone, shiftwork and dealing with "challenging people" were taking their toll.
Insomnia induced by night shift shiftwork is associated with anxiety, depression and fatigue among critical care nurses.
Ruha-Hiraka loves her job and is also pleased that her full-time hours do not include shiftwork, leaving her weekends free to spend with her whanau.
Articles that take into account relationship between shiftwork, indoor work, and vitamin D3 level were included.
Shiftwork for a long period increases the risk of fatigue, aggression, sleep disorders, metabolic disorders, mental abnormalities, and death [2, 4-9].