Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Megha, Mar 16, 2012.
How do you test the Load Imbalance of UPS? Is there any specific formual
there is no imbalance........everyone is treated equally.............ergo, everyone is phorked in an equal fashion by your Center Mgr. Ben Dover
The CEO makes $13.1M---doesn't sound very balanced to me.
If your truck is all loaded to one side it will tip over. Thus the need to balance the load.
Sounds like a lot doesn't it but actually for the size of our company he makes very little compared to other CEOs. Not saying its right just saying...
They are ALL over paid.....
...he is relatively underpaid. I suggest we pass the hat or hold a bake sale to help him out.
there is no test,they just grab a shovel and load all the trucks till they are stuffed !!
Worth every penny.
OK, that bake sale idea was funny!!!
Veering off topic a bit.... but........
Our CEO did what I do not want to do. He went to business school, worked hard there. Worked his way up middle management, probably working more hours per week than most of us. I have read articles that for a CEO, 60 hours would be a short week, most work way more.
I would love the money, but there is no way I would give up that much of my life.
Hes ok our ceo,
to add a bit more......
a friend of mine is a search engine consultant. By Wednesday of last week, he had billed 42.1 hours for the week and has 35 nights at Hilton's for the year. He typically flies out Sunday night, he is not paid for that, but does get to bank his miles. He is also very well paid and gets some pretty decent perks. There is also no way I would give up the kind of family time it would take to make what he makes.
I think they meant stocks, etc. And no I cannot help
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