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    Here's the simplified scenario. Teamster 1 starts @ 1030 pm ( shift1) gets off at 7am. Work is busy so they call him in for an early start, he clocks in at 730pm( which is the last shift start of the day). In my opinion I think that constitutes 2 shifts in 1 day. Right or wrong? Better yet after I questioned management, they decided to bring him in early the next day also but at 630pm thinking since it wasn't a shift start it was ok. I disagreed. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you

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    Default Re: 2 shifts 1 day

    Quote Originally Posted by Dpach729 View Post
    Here's the simplified scenario. Teamster 1 starts @ 1030 pm ( shift1) gets off at 7am. Work is busy so they call him in for an early start, he clocks in at 730pm( which is the last shift start of the day). In my opinion I think that constitutes 2 shifts in 1 day. Right or wrong? Better yet after I questioned management, they decided to bring him in early the next day also but at 630pm thinking since it wasn't a shift start it was ok. I disagreed. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you
    This is a sticky one.. I know how we worked was it was overtime up front.. and I know they couldn't bring a guy in at that time if there was anyone sitting..And as far as I know as long as the guy has his required ten hours off..West coast might be different..

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazy View Post
    This is a sticky one.. I know how we worked was it was overtime up front.. and I know they couldn't bring a guy in at that time if there was anyone sitting..And as far as I know as long as the guy has his required ten hours off..West coast might be different..
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    Default Re: 2 shifts 1 day

    An extra board?
    Or are the "shifts" some kind of bid start times because you say they start him "early?

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    Default Re: 2 shifts 1 day

    Management states they were called for the 1030pm shift but brought in 3 hours early hence the 730pm start. That's where the issues start, by the fact he clocked in at 730, that is a shift start. He now has 2 clock-ins for that day.

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    Default Re: 2 shifts 1 day

    We don't have shifts here. We have bids for each guy or an extra board. Can't help with shifts.

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    Default Re: 2 shifts 1 day

    Quote Originally Posted by Dpach729 View Post
    Management states they were called for the 1030pm shift but brought in 3 hours early hence the 730pm start. That's where the issues start, by the fact he clocked in at 730, that is a shift start. He now has 2 clock-ins for that day.
    Our first bid shift is midnight. 0001-0800. The company brings these workers in at 2200 all the time. No one has ever filed for 2 punches in one day. We do have protection regarding overtime. The overtime must be offered to the affected shift by seniority before they can work anyone else. We have a 1900 and 0300 shift that comes into play with that language. In other words they must offer overtime to the 0800-1600 before they bring the 1900 in early and the same for the midnight and 0300.

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