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I am a 5 year employee to a unionized company. I am a part time employee still. Recently, management has implemented a call in routine or pre-scheduled shifts wherein if the employees does not accept, they will be marked out for all 3 shifts(7-3)(3-11)(11-7). After a union meeting, where a speaker on these issues was provided to our local, also where management was agreed to attend. It became apparent all is apparently legal. My problem is I am not able to work all 3-11 shifts and feel it unfair that employees with less seniority is receiving all day shifts. How do I approach management regarding this?  
   
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This is a tough one. If it is legal and you have no ability to work those shifts, then maybe someone can cover those shifts for you? Either way, things don't look good for you in this situation. I'd start looking for another job or make myself available for those shifts if at all possible.
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