Study on good staff scheduling and rostering practices in transport
The study identifies good staff scheduling and rostering practices in the transport sector and makes practical recommendations on how staff and shift scheduling systems can be improved to respond to the needs of a diverse transport workforce, notably in terms of improving their work-life balance. In particular, we looked at the role of collective agreements at different level for better and more family-friendly working time models, staff scheduling and rostering. The study and an executive summary is available on the website of DG Transport.
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