Sliding work schedules are most suitable for businesses where employees have to travel very often for work on long business trips or work on weekends. Therefore, a flexible working time or a form of organization of working time is envisaged, when an employee, within certain limits, can independently determine the hours of his work per shift.
First of all, in order to create a rolling schedule, calculate the working hours for employees in a given company. For example, if her work is carried out only in different shifts, then the work schedule should not include a certain time allotted for a lunch break. Indeed, in a sliding chart, for example, there may be only a four-hour working day.
In addition, it is necessary to take into account the structure of the work of a particular company, as well as the daily number of visitors (clients) and the peculiarities of their service. Moreover, each of these elements must be analyzed.
In turn, the work schedule itself must be drawn up in accordance with the necessary requirements of certain legal norms that directly regulate this type of activity.
The work schedule should provide for the shift of employees to work places, as a result of which the continuity of production processes in this company will be ensured.
Moreover, if an employee was hired precisely under the terms of a flexible (rolling) schedule, then all the features of his work schedule must be reflected in the employment contract (according to Article 57 of the Labor Code of the Russian Federation). Therefore, be sure to draw up an individual work schedule for the employee, and then include it as an attachment to the contract itself.
In the event that a staggered work schedule needs to be established for an employee already working in the organization, ask him to write a statement. In this application, the employee must himself indicate the desired work schedule for him and the period for which it should be set. After that, on the basis of this application, draw up an additional agreement that will be attached to the employment contract and the work schedule approved by the head.