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    Last edited by Minnesota Cop; 01-03-2009, 06:58 AM.

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    I know the two departments I work for the schedules are posted for the whole year at the beginning of the year
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    • #3
      My dept. did the same thing... Get the schedule a week before you started it. Bugged all of us!

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        The state patrol works with a 21 day notice. If my schedule is changed and I don't receive a 21 day notice they have to pay overtime. I can extrapolate my schedule out indefinitely, 9 days on, 5 days off.

        We generally bid for our shifts based on seniority, but management can and has forced people to different shifts.

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        • #5
          how often do you bid shifts? It almost sounds as if you bid several times a year. Goog luck adding language to a contract. I was our union president for several contracts. It is a tough battle to add this type of language.

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