Dockworker shifts can be changed at management's discretion. A large terminal with an FAC shift will run 3 shifts (Inbound, Outbound, FAC). As all dockworkers and drivers are told when they bid on shifts, you only bid start times. End of shift times are at the discretion of management.
Inbound at my terminal: Mondays 3AM or 5AM clock in, Tuesday to Friday 5AM or 7AM (those who come in at 3 on Monday come in at 5 the rest of the week, and the same with the 5 on Monday). Clock out is anywhere from 3PM to 6PM daily.
Outbound: 1PM, although some people may be asked to come in earlier based on their productivity. Clock out will be anywhere between 9PM and 11PM based on service levels.
FAC: Monday through Thursday 11PM, Friday 10PM. All dockworkers are expected to stay over and work Inbound every morning. The earliest clock out that FAC dockworkers can expect is 9AM, with most staying until 10 or 11AM. On Friday night there is no Saturday morning Inbound, so dockworkers are usually dismissed at the completion of FAC, approximately 5AM.
1pm-10:30pm Monday to Friday
5pm to 5am
Day shift is split into a, b, c, d, and e, with each working 8 or 10 hour shifts. However we've always on mandatory overtime since. Frequent schedule experimentation leads to confusion and frequently we arent told about mandatory overtime till the very last minute.
"Oh you had plans? Thanks for being flexible!"
8AM- done or earliest shift til 1:30PM
I work at finger 0 Dock reciept 4:30pm to 2am
4:30 to 2am 2nd shirt Dock Reciept
8 am to 4 pm
Dock workers either work Inbound (12am -6-8:30am M & T-F 5am-11-1:30pm) or Outbound (5pm-10pm for newbies) but you train for both and hours my vary depending on the load and personnel working!
7 a.m. to 3 p.m. or 3 p.m. 11 p.m.
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