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What are the shift patterns? and how long a break do you get if you're full time?

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  • Half an hour

  • I would like to train as a team worker with thanks
    Sincerely yours

    Nigel spaesholtt.

  • Crew member i do not have any work experience i need to work for my experience to work for money I'm studying i also need to help my self.

  • 45 minutes depend on time
    Overtime.

  • Shift patters was from 9 in the evening to 5 in the morning. Breaks consisted of 30 mins.

  • The shift patterns would be flexible if you are under 18 and you can easily ask for a shift change or for someone to cover it easily on the company website but they are quite good apart from some of mine which were too much.
    If you are full time you would get 45 mins break as well as you would be able to get a meal for free within the restaurant.

  • It is shift work so hours changes each week be mornings till 1pm 2pm 3pm or afternoon, 2pm till 10.30pm or all nighters 10pm till 8am with 45 min break

  • The shift patterns are mostly randomised within your availability. it doesnt matter if you are part or full time if you are working 6 hours and over you get 45 minutes any less is 30 minutes.

  • Shift patterns can change(depending on how many hours your meant to be doing within a week). For example, I am only meant to be doing 16hours a week and the shift patterns can be like: 12-8, 6-2, 8-4, 2-10, 11-7's etc. Whether you are Full Time or Part Time and aged between 16-18 then you are entitled to a 45min break

  • The shift patterns are flexible. Management do prefer you to work full-time, but are happy to help with any shift you need, or can't come to due to personal issues. The break for your shifts are the same for full-time and part-time, it just depends on how long your shift is. 6 hours or more you get 45-minutes, less than 6 you get 30-minutes, I think 3 hours you get 15-minutes.

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