What kind of route is that?my Regular route year round would go out with 130. At peak they would take my hardest spread out stuff and give it to a split and replace that with three cushy townhouse developments. I would go out with 220. Then my last year in package we got a new center manager and he got the bright idea to leave my route as is at peak and send me out with 320. Brought 130 back every night. The first night I came back i spent five minutes explaining what the issue was and he had no interest in correcting it, so I let him drown is his mistake. The look on his face was priceless as I walked out of the building every night.
Finally- someone who knows how to use a helper. To be honest my easiest time of the year was peak. I looked forward to a slave for a few weeks out of the year. I also never paid any attention to management if they told me to only use them for a few hours.I am going to miss having a helper this year. Usually I deliver air and then do not leave the truck
yep. The helper stayed until I was finished.Finally- someone who knows how to use a helper. To be honest my easiest time of the year was peak. I looked forward to a slave for a few weeks out of the year. I also never paid any attention to management if they told me to only use them for a few hours.
That list is ridiculous!!!Hadn't made seniority yet, think I was 2 or 3 weeks in.
I have a shoe box full of warning letters, termination letters, and of course union letters in response to them. As a part time employee, I've been fired once. Full time: probably 4 but I've never missed a day of work. So, it leads me to think the word fired/termination simply means "we're watching you"I have been fired 3 times. Once they probably could have kept me fired if they wanted. Twice total crap that didn’t stand a chance.
But yeah my wife still can’t wrap her head around me coming home saying well they followed me today I might get fired toMorrow. lol