At Concordia, contracts that require work on weekends and holidays broke the mold of the regular school schedule and are a mixed blessing for staff, Rice says. “It does provide summer work, rather than nine-month work,” she says. “But it was a much harder adjustment than I thought it would be to have people working holidays, breaks and weekends. For example, at the jail, they don't have any time off from being in jail, so in turn, we didn't have that time off, either.” There were other ...

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