There are three main areas that must be managed when it comes to good staff scheduling practice: Daily Hours; Weekly Hours; and the third and probably the most important staff Rest Periods. Where these are poorly constructed they have a direct impact on the other two areas, increase fatigue and risk in the workplace; and above all will sooner or later deflate profits. Ultimately they will result in court and employment tribunal hearings.
There are two levels of rest period, daily and weekly periods. Daily rest periods are essentially the hours between shifts, and Weekly rest periods are days off which largely detrmine the weekly hours worked.
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