Self Scheduling

  1. self scheduling!!!

    in our er and icu we have self scheduling. do any of you have this, and if so, how do you like it? for those of you unfamiliar with it, you self schedule your shifts for a 6 week period. you are obligated to do so many nite shifts, so many day shifts, so many weekends. how you work them, is your choice. the staff is broken down into teams, each scheduling period the list of teams goes up with the scheduling date that they sign up. this month i was last. so i basically got the crap. i am doing like one week of days, one two weeks of nites. my next rotation will be mucho better!! evenings are also considered nites, so essentially you can get away without ever doing a nite. the team that was last to sign up gets boosted up to first for the next rotation. that way everyone gets a fair chance. i actually really like it. i am able to work around my kids, appts, etc.

    now that i am in it, i couldn't imagine anyone making up my shifts for me!

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    registered nurses, Emergency Dept


  3. by   teeituptom
    Howdy yall
    from deep in the heart of texas

    Nah we have the rotor thing, where its preset, and you can look for months ahead to see when your off.
  4. by   KC CHICK
    On my unit, nights does self-scheduling. Thank goodness......I'm going to nights next week!!!
    I want to work every you think I'll get it?

  5. by   teeituptom
    Howy yall
    From deep in the heat of texas

    Good luck anne, I prefer nights and weekends, Golf is cheaper during the week.