I honestly would have voted yes, but this ram-rodding of Orion has blown my mind. Made me realize, upper level management is *ing nuts.
To me it’s funny that RDO was removed yet, I still rum my route my and no Supervisor will enforce ORION. Just waiting to see when they’ll start enforcing ORION so that I can laugh all the way to the bank$$$$.
I was off the other day and came back to find out the fill in for my route missed 3 commercial stops(almost 5) and then needed a couple pickups taken off of him. All because of following OrionIn my opinion, ORION has always been a scare tactic, by the company, to make us believe anyone can do our job. You only have to look as far as PAL labels, and the idea “anyone” could be a preloader, to see how that works out.
No. GPS/timestamps would all be off, all air would show as late.The only workable “solution” would be to turn RDO back on and have the drivers hold all non-commit stops in prerecord, and then give their DIADS to a clerk at night whose job it would be to stop-complete the work in whatever order was needed to spoon-feed the desired compliance metric to the idiots in Atlanta who came up with this abortion.
We get the work done, they get to see a number on a report. Win/win.
If I were a supervisor or center manager there's no way I'd take the risk of turning it off. Do you think upper management couldn't review the dispatch?