I have searched this sight quite a bit and have found there are as many ways to get firefighters to come to work is there are stars in the sky… My questions are actually related to Kelly Days. Currently we work a straight 24/48 hour schedule on a 28 day FSLA rotation. We are paid for what we work, when we work it. So some of our checks are 96 hour checks and the other 2 are 120 hour checks. I understand that this works out to be an average of 56 hours per week. The city is looking at Kelly Days. Obviously the best would be the 21 day cycles with a Kelly day every 7th shift. When I put it to paper though we wind up with a 72 hour check every third check if your Kelly day is Monday, Tuesday, Thursday or Friday… Those of you on a 21 day cycle- Are your hours averaged so that you are paid the same every check? If not do you just cope with the 25% shorter check when it hits? The Union would like to move to move closer to a 24/72 schedule- The city does not want to hire that many people with out going to 12 hour shifts. I am also doing my final College paper on this topic so any information will be extremely helpful. Thanks.

Keep it in the House and be safe!

Keep it in the House and be safe!

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