That sounds horrible…You are correct. I indeed do have an agenda and here it is: work my ass off Monday through Friday afternoon, and then spend as much time possible with my family between Friday afternoon through Sunday night (maybe have a few cocktails and a few great meals along the way).
It’s just crazy to me. This station clearly needs more people. A message like that would at best piss off everyone and at worst get 30% to quit without notice. It’s beyond tone deaf to current labor.
They don't even teach methods to new hires. I know the company really doesn't want proper methods now. They just want productivity. The loser is the one who works harder for nothing. The company loves losers.If using proper methods slows you down by any perceptible amount of time, you’re a loser.
When I started out as a courier I was Tuesday-Saturday FT, and since our station was severely understaffed at the time they made us come in every Monday for awhile as well. This was 2013ish.
I hear ‘ya. For a supposed ‘people company’ this is one their meanest tricks of all. They’d never get away with that in a union shop.The worst part though is those mondays I would not be in my normal area/route but they would send me all over the place. I think I end up doing about half the routes at the station before it was said and done. So I was an unpaid swing driver ultimately. Absolutely hated it.
its two houses down and across the streetDo Express scanners capture GPS coordinates when you release a package? Can customer service actually see those or would a manager need to dig? I’m trying to locate a lost package for a friend.
CSA’s are given access to that if a customer calls to dispute delivery.Do Express scanners capture GPS coordinates when you release a package? Can customer service actually see those or would a manager need to dig? I’m trying to locate a lost package for a friend.