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ROSTER. A list of persons who are in their turn to perform certain duties, required of them by law. Tytler, on Courts Mart. 93.

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The award is specific on the rostering requirements in respect to breaks between shifts, and I suggest you and your colleagues read the above clause.
When we talked with business owners about rostering, the concerns we heard were around paying staff outside their rostered shift times--staff turning up too early or having a drink after work while still on the clock.
However, around a third did not intend to return, saying poor rostering, dislike of shift work, bullying and unsafe workloads had contributed significantly to their decision to leave the profession.
Left: Good crew rostering - ie, a sequence flights planned without minimum rest periods, but including adequate standby coverage - will greatly help to keep a crew member's roster stable.
Members felt they were hearing a different interpretation of the rostering guidelines from the NSWNA, than what they were hearing from HNEAHS.
According to the information sheet that NSW Health has released, it is 'embarking on a four-year rostering program with the aim of streamlining rostering work practices, and developing and implementing an effective rostering system'.
The agreement follows research commissioned by the HNEAHS and the NSWNA, which recommended that processes be built into the new rostering system so nurses can nominate shift preferences.
Consultants employed by HNEAHS to promote the new rosters in the Hunter New England Area say they are also helping NSW Health to obtain Treasury funding for statewide rostering software to replace the current rostering system, which they say is outdated and fragile.
Following intervention from the NSWNA, the Hunter New England Area Health Service (HNEAHS) has suspended the implementation of its contentious new rostering system until further study is completed.
The strength of members' opposition to the new pattern rostering system was shown when more than 400 members turned up on a Thursday night to a Branch meeting in Newcastle to discuss the new rostering system.