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If your training a new starter should you get some extra pay?

06 Dec 2018, 08:54

Seems workplace coach gets it in although hes not doing anything

If your training a new starter should you get some extra pay?

06 Dec 2018, 10:53

It's a ridiculous situation, we've got 3 workplace coaches (50 staff) in our D.O. and they do virtually nothing for their extra pay, any new starters just get trained by the duty holder of whatever walk they're learning.

If your training a new starter should you get some extra pay?

06 Dec 2018, 11:26

Of course!
We have 2 "trainers" in our office. They get paid weekly but it's always the postie on the round that does the training. When challenged they always say there's no time for them to be released. Royal mail is wasting money on this but won't pay our overtime.

If your training a new starter should you get some extra pay?

06 Dec 2018, 15:17

What use is a workplace coach training a new starter on a round that is unfamiliar to them?

If your training a new starter should you get some extra pay?

06 Dec 2018, 16:23

Jpro747 wrote:What use is a workplace coach training a new starter on a round that is unfamiliar to them?


Because they don't teach them the duty, they teach them the processes, rules, H&S requirements and use of equipment, none of that specifically needs a particular duty.

If your training a new starter should you get some extra pay?

TrueBlueTerrier wrote:Yes

http://www.royalmailchat.co.uk/communit ... 36&t=17472

Where there is more than one New Entrant commencing in the same week
Coaches will be required to provide a suitably experienced individual that the
New Entrant can shadow. These individuals will receive the daily non-school
training allowance for each day they are assisting with the Delivery Coaching.

If your training a new starter should you get some extra pay?

06 Dec 2018, 17:34

Jpro747 wrote:
What use is a workplace coach training a new starter on a round that is unfamiliar to them?


Because they don't teach them the duty, they teach them the processes, rules, H&S requirements and use of equipment, none of that specifically needs a particular duty.
Perhaps someone should tell them that,that is their role , because with the evidence ive seen of the standard of training ,they should hand back their £30 they get each week.

If your training a new starter should you get some extra pay?

06 Dec 2018, 18:04

I find it silly that you have to train new entrants

My answer is I was trained by Royal Mail to deliver mail.I wasn't trained in how to train other staff!

Sniffy

If your training a new starter should you get some extra pay?

07 Dec 2018, 08:53

Jpro747 wrote:What use is a workplace coach training a new starter on a round that is unfamiliar to them?



what use is a workplace coach for that matter

If your training a new starter should you get some extra pay?

07 Dec 2018, 19:34

Rm says were losing money , cannot blieve they are still wasting £30 a week when months on end they do nothing ! The money could be better spent on uniforms . A bonus incentment or sthing ,,anything . Waste of a lot of money .

If your training a new starter should you get some extra pay?

08 Dec 2018, 11:00

Work place coaches 30 quid a week to do f__k all.

If your training a new starter should you get some extra pay?

08 Dec 2018, 11:24

hothothot wrote:Work place coaches 30 quid a week to do f__k all.

Closer to thirty- five pounds from what i've been told :crazy:

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