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Article 28 G - When practical, an employee will be given at least 24 hours advance notice of individual shift changes. Individuals involved in a change of shifts should be notified of the reason for the change.

Article 28 D - The Agency agrees that it will attempt to assign consecutive days off duty consisten with the Agency's mission.

Article 26 C - Except in emergency, the Agency agrees to schedule eight hours between changes in shifts, and when practical, will schedule more time between shifts.

Article 28 B - Assignment of tours of duty shall be posted five days in advance in the appropriate work area covering at least a two-week period.

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