A lot of us do and it works well for us.
Eventually some dude will come on here and say you're an idiot for doing it, but don't listen to him. Assuming you do it right, it will work very well.
We have the person who just dealt do the shuffling. They do that while the next hand is being played. After that hand, they give the cards to the person two seats to their left. That person at least cuts once and may do an additional shuffle for good measure.
I agree, we do it all the time and no problem, smooth.
As mentioned , the person who just finished the deal pulls back and shuffles while the next hand is being dealt, & we then just have him give the deck to the player on his left, who then simply cuts over for the player on his
1 bit of advice, Never let anyone convince you to "shuffle ahead" .., it's a cluster *:
A) A Dealer should not be shuffling their own deal deck.
B) See A
C) The shuffler would also need to post blinds, & be first rather than last to act in most of the hand, & may not be able to "get" to the shuffle more often, slowing things more over the course of the game.
D) See A
E) If the current dealer is accustomed to just tossing the stub forward upon end of hand, ( "I'm done" ), instead of pulling in all the cards & shuffling, the cards tend to be "all over the table" longer, other players don't realize it's their turn to shuffle, ect ..
F) See A & E