should be 4hr off normal 0000/0800/1600 stagger.
I'm sort of a 'night owl' and like to stay up late, but peeter out around 4am, but when working construction got no problem getting up super early(and that is to do real work sometimes requiring real thinking).
Main thing is to break up the dreaded 430-530 am grave stretch.
4am-noon would be nice 'day, with enough day left over' for guys with kids, hobbies, etc. The "wife works 9-5, hubby works 6-2" is common in construction and "works" because mom gets kids off in morning and dad picks them up, etc.
Noon to 8pm good for day time students while leaving evening open for socializing.
Only draw back is a bit of noon rush traffic.
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10-21-2013, 07:30 PM #1Senior Member
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I'm digging this 1800-0400 "Swave" swing/grave hybrid, and I'm thinking all shifts
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10-28-2013, 01:10 PM #2
For patrol operations, it's also better to set up shift changes that don't occur during predictable rush hours.
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10-29-2013, 09:48 PM #3Senior Member
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I have always liked working midwatches.