08 Aug 2017, 19:09
08 Aug 2017, 19:17
08 Aug 2017, 19:20
arnold cheshire wrote:yes we do too much mail every house packets to knock on doors . leaflets up to 6 or 7 lots . emptying boxes or even post offices on delivery where has your dpd driver will do one parcel in the street then be gone .
08 Aug 2017, 19:52
lightningpostman wrote:ok just had the proganda rmtv showing at our DO,
whilst being given the same
"letters are down"
"parcels are not making up lost revenue"
"we should appreciate how good our job is"
"how well off we are compared to ..........DHL,DPD was seen in the video several times
Do DHL, DPD deliver mail amongst there packets?
i asked a dpd driver on monday how many drops he had that day he told me around 90, on the very same day i had on average around 70 including signed for letters/specials/parcels etc all needing interaction with the customer having to wait for them to come to the door etc.......
so not only do i have to walk up and down delivering mail to each address im doing around 85% of a dedicated packet drivers job whom only steps foot out of his/her van to deliver a drop.
90 calls vs 600
yet im being compared to them in the propaganda filled rmtv?
the only guys you stood in our shoes where whistle and why dont they ever pop up on there proganda filled pile of nonsense, one minute they were there the next whistl was no more.
cant even remember if they did packets on top of letters i for sure know they didnt do no d2d's?
ok so postmen not only deliver mail , packets , and your regular junk mail they still want more.
later acceptence of packets yea sure why not, but RM owns a parcel dedicated company called parcel force , why not unite the workforce and offload the later stuff that cannot make DO's on time to RM's parcel team, give a granteed 8pm delivery time , hire new RM parcel drivers to deliver the work load from the later acceptance times.
why try to offload everything on the postman who is struggling to complete on time as it is.
later start times, what happened to having time for the family, what happened to customers (RM refers to business owners as customers not mrs malloy who lives with her daughter at 108) the real customers dont want there mail at 6pm they expect it early, its a way of life , how many times i have been told "your late today"...................
how about peoples journey time to travel to work doubling and also tripling when finishing work trying to go home in traffic.
no consideration of the workforce...........
they can forget any type of overtime to cover x walk etc....no one will take up any work in the dark.....not only is it dangerous its a health hazard...(ive done it once and never again)......
so how about Rm drop parcel force call it RM parcelForce and if they want to accept items later then there current cut off time then accommodate that with new jobs with later starts to cover stuff that arrives after that.....instead of trying to put everything on each and every one of us postmen and women.
before the actual video you can tell that the word was striking wont be good for anyone, manager was going over some rehearsed bullit points i knew this was coming from higher up folks.....
anyway a long story short if youve read all this what is your take?????
later acceptance of parcels you say
08 Aug 2017, 20:57
08 Aug 2017, 21:39
norm wrote:Letters are an inconvenience to the business really.
The whole idea behind moving everything back, is to consolidate the whole process and bring in greater automation. Greater efficiency = greater savings = more profit.
We used to be a letters business that did parcels, in 10 years time we'll be a parcel business that does letters.
09 Aug 2017, 15:24
09 Aug 2017, 15:35
Teradata architecture is based on Massively Parallel Processing (MPP) architecture. The major components of Teradata are Parsing Engine, BYNET and Access Module Processors (AMPs).
09 Aug 2017, 16:08
09 Aug 2017, 16:34
09 Aug 2017, 17:33
clashcityrocker wrote:But how many letters and parcels does it take to pay this person's salary?
Senior Teradata Architect
Location: London, GB, EC1A 1AA
Company: Royal Mail Group
Job reference number 67753
Senior Teradata Architect
Salary: London Circa £55,000 Chesterfield Circa £50,000 plus 18% Bonus Potential, £4,000 car pot, Healthcare and Generous Annual Leave.
London or Chesterfield
I would apply but I don't even understand the job title.
09 Aug 2017, 19:42