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Does Target have a minimum time as to when a shift ends and a new one starts?

I have a some shifts that end at 10:00 PM but I have to be back at 7:00 AM the next day.

I normally wouldn't care so much but they are both eight hours.

The front end team used to call this "clopening" i.e. close then open.

Thoughts?
 
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The rule used to be 8 hours if you get off at 10 then they could schedule you as early as 6. I don’t know if this rule still exists.
 
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Does Target have a minimum time as to when a shift ends and a new one starts?

I have a some shifts that end at 10:00 PM but I have to be back at 7:00 AM the next day.

I normally wouldn't care so much but they are both eight hours.

The front end team used to call this "clopening" i.e. close then open.

Thoughts?
8 hours between shifts is the rule from way back when. It’s not really followed anymore unless you have some long timer etls left.
 
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It differs from state to state. The state where I am at there has to be 10 hours between shifts.
 
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My TL said I could come in later.

This is why I think TLs should do the schedule if our department is small.

I never understood why Target doesn't do schedules in two week blocks.
 

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This is dependent on your state, age, and if a minor, your school status.

Generally. Varies by state, but there is no law or policy as far as I am aware.
 
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I have a clopening scheduled next week for the first time in ages and I am NOT looking forward to it. I mean, it's 10 hours between shifts but for this night owl it's going to suck, lol.
 
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