24 Jun 2020, 18:15
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24 Jun 2020, 21:47
scoobydo79 wrote:Well that was pretty much expected.Bin men out on the street at 6 A.M. Posties out on the street 9.45. Blank look from manager with the advice take some water
24 Jun 2020, 22:17
Ringer21 wrote:4 hours 25mins for my delivery today got back 25mins early and sent back out I understand work to my time but that ridiculous in this heat
24 Jun 2020, 22:22
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25 Jun 2020, 05:20
mjd24 wrote:Why do we put up with it?
Im dreading tomorrow, im in bed already and its so hot and my face and neck are so hot still from today, its gonna take a long time before i fall asleep. The alarm will sound at 5am and its full steam ahead for another 9 hours of absolute slog, and even hotter tomorrow apparently.
Its incredible how much harder it makes everything knowing the state of this company and the people that run it and “manage” us everyday. Yes we all want and need a productive and profitable business, but productivity should not be a case of “you can do x number of delivery points each day and finish an hour early, so we’ll fill that hour with all these extra delivery points and you should be able to do it”. The fact is, we’re all TOO productive already in my opinion, and they shouldnt be able to just keep chucking more at us and expecting it done . . . But i suppose it comes down to the fact that we just keep doing it.
25 Jun 2020, 17:36
Dindin wrote:Ringer21 wrote:4 hours 25mins for my delivery today got back 25mins early and sent back out I understand work to my time but that ridiculous in this heat
How's that possible?
25 Jun 2020, 18:14
robbertwhitton wrote:Dindin wrote:Ringer21 wrote:4 hours 25mins for my delivery today got back 25mins early and sent back out I understand work to my time but that ridiculous in this heat
How's that possible?
You went back out and did a further 25 minutes of work??
25 Jun 2020, 18:42
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27 Jun 2020, 17:23
xPandabear1992x wrote:Today was absolutely mental. 50+ oversized, another few flats and 4 bags of mail. Manager took one look at my frame and said "i'd leave a couple of bags in if I were you". So that's what I did. Took on all the fluids, sun cream etc that I could. Still burnt, dehydrated and addled by a spot of heat stroke! Ah well.