24 Sep 2020, 18:40
24 Sep 2020, 18:56
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24 Sep 2020, 20:13
DB1100 wrote:The times allowed for prep of D2D's are calculated into an empty frame so I have been informed on numerous occasions,so therefore it would seem that they need to be prepped before a mech is thrown in.
24 Sep 2020, 20:45
24 Sep 2020, 22:36
xPandabear1992x wrote:surely it depends whether you are sorting for that particular day? Assuming you don't have a total swot who does it all the day before ( ) and you start when after the mail is already in the frame, it's the sorter's responsibility? That's how it works at our DO.
That being said, i'm a part-timer and I'll only get involved if im starting early on OT or the person who has thrown it in has f****d it up.
Last week, the d2d's were sorted properly on monday so I took monday's out. Cool. Day later d2d is sorted into monday's again. Day later there's tuesday's AND wednesday's. Next day lino comes up and says "why you leaving all these behind?" "because _____ road has had the same dominos vouchers going to the same addresses for the past 3 days."
I've made the case that if they wanted it done properly I'd happily come in on OT early and do it how it should be done and get my round done early (as opposed to afternoon start and much f***ing around) but they always go on about lack of vans.
24 Sep 2020, 23:01
norris9 wrote:Is there any nationally agreed rule on Door 2 Doors and Part Timers?.....
I am just trying to clarify whether it is my responsibility to throw in all the Door 2 Doors for my frame as a Part Timer who is signed to a duty....
Part Time: 30 Hours.
Delivery Supplement: £20.26 a week.
I am sure I read somewhere before, probably on here, that Part Timers are paid less Delivery Supplement as they don't get paid to throw them in the frame. Is this true? and is the £20.26 weekly payment I get less than what a Full Timer gets?
I have worked for RM for a while now as a Part Timer and never really had to throw any D2D's in a frame. Suddenly I am now expected to do this. This is fine, but I just want to confirm whether this is wholly my responsibility and if the D2D's don't go into the frame and get delivered then my neck is on the line?
Before now I guess it was the managers who would keep an eye on my door2doors and make sure they were thrown off by whomever they could get to do them.
25 Sep 2020, 02:35
25 Sep 2020, 15:21
25 Sep 2020, 16:03
I am sure I read somewhere before, probably on here, that Part Timers are paid less Delivery Supplement as they don't get paid to throw them in the frame. Is this true?
25 Sep 2020, 17:07
norris9 wrote:DB1100 wrote:The times allowed for prep of D2D's are calculated into an empty frame so I have been informed on numerous occasions,so therefore it would seem that they need to be prepped before a mech is thrown in.
ok, if this is the case I shouldn't have to do them?
I have been told all that should be prepped for me when I get in is the mech.... I am supposed to throw off everything else. Not sure if this is the same for other 30 hour Part time workers across the country?
Typically the full timers are on average 15 minutes ahead of me when I get in and therefore also leave about 15 mins before me on average, though some can leave 30mins before me.
I am not sure if therefore it should be more than just the mech that is prepped for me when I get in.
25 Sep 2020, 17:16
IloveMYredTROLLEY! wrote:Since 1st April, the national standard D2D practice is supposed to be ALL D2D is prepped into the frame before going on delivery on Monday, you only take D2D where there is other mail and the frame does not have to be clear of D2D after Saturday's delivery (addresses with no mail can have D2D rolled forward to the next week).
27 Sep 2020, 11:27
27 Sep 2020, 12:00
sorefeet17 wrote:If you throw in your own round its down to you, if your round is thrown in for you its down to someone else.
I do the same hours as you and throw in my d2ds, my route also has the most calls in the office but I get the lowest Delivery Supplement! big thanks to the union who don't give a toss about non-fulltimers
27 Sep 2020, 13:11
sorefeet17 wrote: but I get the lowest Delivery Supplement!
27 Sep 2020, 15:20
28 Sep 2020, 19:08
clashcityrocker wrote:sorefeet17 wrote: but I get the lowest Delivery Supplement!
You get exactly the same hourly rate for your Delivery Supplement as everyone else in the country.
30 Sep 2020, 21:00
30 Sep 2020, 21:11
Woody Guthrie wrote:This applies just as much to the daily allocation of D2D as it does to a tray of 1st class mail.