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Do people who work every other day lose something, compared to people who work consecutive days?

Asked by chefl (734points) 1 week ago

Is there some kind of benefit from whichever level of government related services? Or is it in business also where this happens? Is it fair?

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Every other day is still pretty frequent. Do you mean just 3 or 4 days a week?

In retail we have very irregular schedules. Same with hospitality, food and beverage, nursing, pilots, flight attendants, there are lots of industries.

I don’t think it matters if it is government or private sector.

chefl's avatar

I’m abandoning to do it over or editing this question. I meant government service to the public like passport for example, you pay them to renew it etc. But let’s say you find out they have a deal (½ price for eg) for people who are going to use it….”consecutive days”.... but not for the people who are not) So, it’s not about a government, it’s employees, and their salaries.

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