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    Sometimes life works out so that the work day is only 4 hours long. Normally I can do anything for four hours and time just flys by … but sometimes coming in for a “princess shift” seems more painful than coming in for the entire 12 hours. Anybody else have a rough time coming in for a short shift?

    #16812

    Yes there was nothing more aggravating than going in for a four hour shift Companies are doing it more and more so that they can save money on benefits, pay and hours. Kay Schultz LPN.

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    Yes! Sometimes going in for 4hrs is a nightmare! Especially when you get an admit and can’t seem to get anything done and the person following you has to finish what you started.

    #16816

    Never minded them. Was ni e to get off at 1900 sometimes.

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