Processes employers use for shift bid process

I work for a company that just instituted shift bid process. Have been through shift bid previously. We just started a new system at work so recent stats were not used. Was advised that stats from 07/2012 to 12/2012 were being used. I just started the job 07/2012 so my recent stats are much better. I feel this puts me in an unfair position. If company is doing shift bids shouldn't the have to use accurate stats? Everyone is on new system now but leadership hasn't figured out how to determine our statistics. Shouldn't a shift bid be postponed at this time so that accurate data can be collected to make the process fair?

1 answer  |  asked Apr 25, 2013 02:19 AM [EST]  |  applies to Ohio

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Bruce Elfvin
If the bid shift process is under a contract, there does not need to be other data. If the bid shift process is outside of a collective bargaining agreement, then the employer can implement and anyone and/or everyone in the place can discuss this with management or HR to show why it should be different. It will ultimately be up to the employer/management to agree or not.

posted by Bruce Elfvin  |  Apr 25, 2013 12:08 PM [EST]

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