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Employee Notice of Night Work
To: [new employee]
This notice is to advise you that night work may be necessary to
meet present or future production requirements. Accordingly, all
new employees are hired with the understanding that they are
available and willing to work nights.
a. Is there any reason that you would be unavailable or unable
to work the night shift?
b. If assigned to night work, do you have the necessary
[signed by company officer]
I acknowledge that the offer of employment is contingent upon my
being willing and able to work at night if needed.
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