Was told at this mornings meeting that, across the country, some stations are allowed to offer a 15% raise. Why, you ask? These are some of the most poorly managed stations and they are having a hard time keeping couriers. They either transfer out (had 5 come to our station in the last 2 months) or quit (mostly new hires). From what our SM told us, the raise will only be in effect for 3 months and transfers would be immediate. What happens after that is unknown. Can you transfer back? Will the raise stay in place? There's a station near me that, at one point was 11-12 (if I remember right) couriers short. The couriers that were there, were working 55-60 hours each every week. I heard one courier met up with another courier that had a PM at 3:00 and got 80 stops. He delivered 50 and DEX 1 the other 30.