In order to consistently get 14 days off in a row you would need to consistently work longer stretches (say 13 consecutive work days). There would certainly be some less off day stretches, simply based on the system trying to keep everyone happy, but you would probably see an 85-90% success rate assuming that's all you were asking the bidding system for.hamstandard wrote: ↑Mon Feb 10, 2020 12:09 pmThanks for the information,AirSprintInc wrote: ↑Mon Feb 10, 2020 10:33 amWe try to make the schedule as flexible as possible and the number of consecutive days off can be as little as 3, with no limit on the other end. If you are on the 14/14 schedule then you have 14 days off to play with in any given 28 day block. There is a max of 8 consecutive work days at a time (up to 13 if you sign an optional waiver), and generally the longer you're available to work, the longer the stretches of days off can be. Commonly we see 7 on and 7 off for the 14/14 folks. But, some like to run longer shift.. example: 13 days on, 14 days off and and then back into work.
Is one able to consistently get 14 in a row off similar to a rotational job.