Todayâ€™s post will begin the focus on a 12-hour schedule pattern … Read the rest
There is a book by Malcolm Gladwell called Blink, the Power of Thinking Without Thinking.
In a nutshell, he talks about how too much information is not always a good thing. We often make better choices with less information rather … Read the rest
There is no doubt that shift workers prefer 12-hour shifts over 8-hour shifts. It’s not that they like being at work for an extra four hours. They like the additional 91 days off a year.
Therein lies the problem.
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It’s human nature to not like change. There are a lot of reasons for this, among the biggest is the fear of the unknown. People “know” what’s going on now. They “know” how things work. Anything different is unknown.
A … Read the rest
Measure twice, cut once.
This adage is as applicable to a schedule change as it is for those in the carpentry trade.
Make one mistake and either be prepared to live with it or face the uphill battle of yet … Read the rest