There is a nearby hospital I would love to work for, but they have rotating shifts. As far as I know, every single unit in the whole hospital rotates shifts. It is normally 7p-7a for 6 weeks, then they switch to 7a-7p.
I think I can imagine some advantages to this (maybe so everyone knows what goes on on the opposite shifts, keep experience up, etc) but can someone tell me why they do this? I cant arrange my life like that. I have worked nights for 6 years and cant imagine having my schedule changed every 6 weeks.
Please enlighten me