In nursing and care, the requirements for scheduling are particularly complex due to collective bargaining regulations. Numerous collective bargaining agreements lay down regulations on compliance with working hours, qualification-related staffing, various entitlement calculations for holidays and compensatory time-off.
In addition, due to the required "round-the-clock" care, planning-intensive staff assignments are among the challenges. Alternating shift sequences, shared duties, rapid compensation for absences due to illness are just a few examples that have to be taken into account when rostering in senior citizen centres and care facilities.
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