Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Tapas, Sep 12, 2015.
One of the OMS quit
What exactly are their job duties ?? anyone know?
This applicant was turned down due to being OVERQUALIFIED :
Way over qualified. He knows how to use a mouse.
I would bet my life that dog follows orders 100 times better than our OMS's.
Though he wouldn't last long. I believe that's porn on his monitor. Though I still think it's better then facebook.
As long as he can question drivers on why they are needing to order new shirts, trousers...etc. like it's coming out of his paycheck. And send out asinine messages over the diad.
WHAT IS YOUR ETA???
Take lots of calls from irate customers and cover pickups at will.
More like this.
Answer calls. Call customers about concerns. Throw drivers under the bus when customers call to complain or have concerns. Send OCAs to the wrong drivers. Send the center's daily annoying messgaes. And don't rely messages sent by the drivers to whoever would need to know.
Heard he was brought in as a center manager?
oh!!!!! he addresses concerns from drivers about vicious dogs on their route!
Our OMS is the thread that holds the fabric together in our center. I was in the other day having her fill out my disability papers and asked her when plans on retiring. She told me "I think 3 years." My first thought was, "ok, I have 3 years until I have to go to feeders."
We lost an oms lately also. But, he called in sick. Everyday for about 3 months. Said he was in the hosp. None of the managers ever ck 'd. New guy started 2 weeks ago.
Oh man I had this happen for some old dinosaur who wanted their sweater delivered early. What makes you think you can have your package before everyone else?
Sending DIAD messages until we start cussing.
We haven't had a good OMS in years. Our most experienced OMS now is the least reliable. The newest will be good in time.
We have four that collectively are not as good as the one that we used to have.
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