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worktotime wrote:number 1 option Monday 15 mins , Tuesday 30 mins , Saturday 15 mins , is that a later start time or an earlier finish time ? I love the way they always take it off the start time as they know the lunatics who start early for nothing will just continue to do it , for NOTHING , keep up the good work
07 Jun 2018, 21:54
borgpicard wrote:Wasnt it supposed to be a visible hour, not bits here and there ?, we knew this was comming, rm and cwu screwing us YET again, well done for voting yes.
07 Jun 2018, 22:10
Celgar wrote:borgpicard wrote:Wasnt it supposed to be a visible hour, not bits here and there ?, we knew this was comming, rm and cwu screwing us YET again, well done for voting yes.
This is how the first hour of SWW was implemented so it is not unexpected. So once the remaining four hours of SWW have been implemented you will be starting work 48 minutes later than we currently do in DOs. On top of this you have any changes to start times from potential problems from the LAT. There are currently other changes occurring to delivery start times which could eventually mean first letter delivery time at about 11am.
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dingo wrote:It is important to recognise that from
October when the LAT product is properly launched that there would have been a Network Revision , An Agreement on Collections , a review in each Mail Centre and in Delivery Offices.
Whilst the LAT product is introduced from June 25th it will have minimal items as they want to ensure that it can be done.
In terms of Delivery Offices and the hour reduction. Every office has had its IWT reviewed and run the PDA actuals to see which of the 3 buckets that office is in. Now most duty patterns where start of finish times vary across the days of the week balance over 6 or twelve weeks due to days off etc.
Additionally sometimes drivers have different attendances.
This piece of work has to be completed by the end of June.
Now it is true that due to the increased performance of MPUs that when launched was to achieve 9000 per hour but most now achieve 11000 and the fact that letters have declined that some offices now get out earlier than what their advertised times are. Management will want to review when the LAT product Ramps up in October whether your office going on delivery times are compatible with the New LAT product.
There are 114 offices who have already been identified as having to have a later start time to ensure that they can Deliver the LAT product with the normal deliveries.
The hour will happen and right across the business.
08 Jun 2018, 08:50