I'd be uncomfortable with the fact that the dog is basically alone for 24 hours, with just one potty break visit during that time. I'd tend to agree that if the breaks could be more frequent, it could work.
I personally work 12 hour shifts. With commute time, I'm gone for 13-14 hours on the days I work. It is shift work, my schedule is basically 2 days-2 nights-5 days off-2 days-3 nights-4 days off-3 days-2 nights-5 days off. What that means is that after 2 or 3 long work days, I'm off for 24 hours, then after 2 or 3 nights of work, I'm off for 4 or 5 days.
I do not crate my dogs while I'm at work, that time is too long to be crated. They often choose to hold it for that time, but I prefer them to have the option to eliminate if they need to. I've posted about the runs I have for them before. It's not a lot of room, but enough to let them stretch and move around if they choose, and to potty and get away from it if they need to (they have pee pads)
I do not get a lot of sleep on work days, because I prefer to let my dogs have some out time. It is one thing that prevents me from adding dogs, though, and one reason I spayed Tess. I don't like crating/rotating, because it gives my dogs too little out time. Anyway, I don't think anyone would say my dogs are neglected, despite them being alone for that time. They are used to it, and seem perfectly happy. No behavior issues.
The older 2 sleep in bed with me, so the youngest is the only one that is confined again until I leave. He still seems to do fine, though.
It isn't easy, but a person can make it work if they are willing to put forth that effort. Dogs are amazing creatures, and if their basic needs are met, they can adapt. IMO, an owner who works long hours but is willing to prioritize their dog when off work can give their dog more time and attention than someone who works a "normal" schedule, but prefers to just throw their dog in the backyard and forget about it.