Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by instantK, Dec 20, 2013.
What he said.
On the bright side, they don't have video of sups breaking jams on the belts.
That reporter "could" have offered to help. But nope, she was just trying to create a story.
There was no need to "create" a story as the story told itself. Anyone of us in our first years of service would be appalled at this---sadly it has become the norm.
This is a picture of how a driver in my center completed a delivery at our local mall:
Is this what we have become?
If its the norm (and sadly it usually is) then there is no story worth reporting. Move along.
It is only the norm to those of us on the inside----any normal person looking in from the outside would be shocked at what most of us see as "business as usual".
Investigative reporting at its best. Almost as riveting as when Geraldo Rivera opened up Al Capones vault, only to find it empty. At least he had a kickazz mustache.
How many layers of ozone were depleted in the making of your avatar?? That's some damn big hair.
They should see what happens when a driver is really mad.
Without care? What a bunch of A-holes. I see a big pile but nothing damaged.
Do you have anything positive about drivers? You have no Idea if the driver did that or the store workers. The store employee may have gotten and pushed it out of the stockroom. Ive seen them do it.
What in the world are you doing riding around taking pics of deliveries that are being made. You are in management aren't you?
I should send them the picture that is my avatar
Who has never gone 4th and goal on a box.
At least the employee used a standard UPS answer. "It is what it is".
If the items are packaged correctly according to the guidelines in the shipper agreement then there should be no problem.
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