Secondary roads department transitions to five-day work schedule
The Union County Secondary Roads Department is adjusting to the transition of its five-day work schedule.
According to the department's labor agreement, crews work longer hours during the summer, Monday through Thursday, to take advantage of more daylight. After Labor Day, they switch back to working five days a week.
"When they travel to jobs (in the summer), they are able to use their time more efficiently during the day and stay on site longer," said Union County Supervisor Chairman Ron Riley.
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