work pattern

work pattern

The manner in which a particular job is performed—e.g., rota, partial shift, full shift, first on call, second on call, etc.
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Adi was one of those rare people I really respect because of his ethos, work pattern and the way he is.
A survey of 2,000 workers by insurance giant Aviva found that those aged between 35 and 49 were least likely to request changes to their work pattern, even though employees have the legal right to make a request.
Bos Global aims to generate re-occurring income through subscriptions of its BOS360 PaaS and supporting products, as well as through licensing of its patented Work Pattern technology.
Comparing Bollywood with the southern film industry, he notes the work pattern is different " but the work is same".
So if employees are thinking about changing their work pattern, they should speak to their employer as early as possible.
Talks between the BMW-owned firm and unions have been held over changing the current work pattern of three shifts a day for seven days a week.
Anna Brown, of Cullercoats, whose two-year-old daughter attends the Wallsend nursery, says parents are finding that other nurseries have waiting lists or cannot match their work pattern.
We enjoy working with them as they are an easy breed to manage and when we had a dairy they fitted with the farm's seasonal work pattern.
Although he had recovered from the heart attack he wanted to change his work pattern as a health precaution, and asked the firm to help.
No, if a request is agreed then the new work pattern constitutes a permanent change ( unless otherwise agreed.
Flexible working is not about a work pattern, it is a mind-shift from presenteeism to output.
Employers have a legal duty to consider all such applications and to establish whether the desired work pattern can be accommodated within the needs of the business.