A look at the 5-3, 5-4, 5-3, 10-Hour Rotation Shift Pattern
The 5-3, 5-4, 5-3, 10-hour, rotation Shift Pattern provides 24-hour coverage. This pattern is made up of 5 teams (or crews) and 3 overlapping 10-hour Shift Durations. This shift pattern occurs on a 25-day cycle, in which teams work for a total of 15 days, with a total of 10 days off. In this rotation, teams work 5 day shifts, have 3 days off, work 5 swing shifts, have 4 days off, work 5 night shifts, and end with 3 days off.
Over the course of the 25 days, crews will work all 3, 10-hour shift durations. These durations are fully customizable to what suits your organization best. The overlapping hours can be set to occur whenever is most convenient for your organization. This shift pattern has no days that overlap, providing less overlap than the [link to] 4-3, 10-Hour Rotating Shift Pattern.
Pros of the 5-3, 5-4, 5-3, 10 Hour, Rotation Shift Schedule:
Cons of the 5-3, 5-4, 5-3, 10 Hour, Rotation Shift Schedule:
The WorkSight Scheduler is fully equipped to help you implement the 5-3, 5-4, 5-3, 10 Hour, Rotation Shift Pattern. Built to help businesses that operate 24/7, 365 days a year, with equal levels of workload around the clock or unbalanced loads varying by shift. The WorkSight team knows the value of establishing stability in the schedule while equalizing the burden of working undesirable shift times, which means that we can help you get any Shift Pattern in place for your organization. Contact us to learn more, or to schedule a demo.