graveyard shift

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the work shift during the night (as midnight to 8 a

workers who work during the night (as midnight to 8 a

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Particularly for those who work graveyard shifts for extended periods of time, it is critically important to develop and maintain a schedule that allows for adequate sleep.
Violence increases with these variables: exchange of money, guarding valuable property or possessions, working alone, graveyard shifts.
The employees who tried to expose the discrimination received inordinate amounts of pressure at work, including graveyard shifts, numerous transfers, no weekends off, incessant scrutiny and constant interrogations," noted Gonzalez.
Sydney, June 10 ( ANI ): International students brought to Sydney to boost the New South Wales (NSW) economy and who work graveyard shifts cleaning city office buildings are said to be being paid as little as ten dollars an hour.
Certain professions, such as nursing and law enforcement, always have held graveyard shifts.
But, Gil told the commission, ``they had gotten into positions where they weren't out there running after suspects, working graveyard shifts or doing any of those difficult things.