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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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Crew Rostering allows airlines to build quality rosters that respect crews' preferences and relevant constraints, while reducing total costs and time to market.
"The new rostering principles are a tool we can use to try to improve workloads in the interests of safe patient care and safe staffing," said NSWNMA branch president Janet Hume.
For surveys on nurse rostering problems, we refer the interested reader to [10] and [7].
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.
UK-based workforce management solutions provider SMART announced today the launch of fully integrated SMART Doctors Rostering for the NHS.
The union said the decision stemmed from the company's failure to respond to the union's calls for talks even though the union in October dropped its limited industrial action that began July 3 for better pay and rostering practices.
"We have an emphatic no to the issue of rostering and we have to address that," he added.
Jeppesen Crew Pairing and Crew Rostering are optimization-driven tools that use modeling and implementation features to reveal insights that lead to better decision-making and actions.
Emirates has now fully entered Jeppesen Crew Rostering services into its operations, which was introduced to improve efficiency and lower costs related to crew management functions, while respecting crew preferences.
This is a regular rostering pattern in our facility.