Does anyone know if UPS feeder locations have showers for drivers to take when they finish their shifts before going home.
I think that your District misunderstood the requirements of this project (or you had different requirements based on local laws). All we had to track was people entering and exiting - with the assertion being that no company work is done in that area, so whatever they do is on their own time.Some do. I remember the project where we had to install cameras in them to keep track of driver hours. The toughest part was finding a small enough camera to be undetected that was also water and humidity proof.
Hey, don't shoot the messenger. We were just dumb clones that worked as directed.Why would you install cameras in a shower to keep track of driver hours (illegal??) Aren't there other "legal" ways of checking hours?? If you suspect a driver of perhaps taking a shower on "company time" there are other ways of catching him of stealing time...
cameras in the shower stall?........nothing illegal about that!
Since when do drivers take showers on the clock?
Perhaps I'm missing something.