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D2d

12 Mar 2019, 19:07

Hello all just wondering if anyone knows rules re how many d2d items are allowed in one week.
In our office we seem to be getting six separate d2d each week but with no extra time to prep them or deliver them .
Is the one sixth delivery rule correct?
Many thanks for any help

D2d

12 Mar 2019, 20:09

exaandt wrote:Hello all just wondering if anyone knows rules re how many d2d items are allowed in one week.
In our office we seem to be getting six separate d2d each week but with no extra time to prep them or deliver them .
Is the one sixth delivery rule correct?
Many thanks for any help

unlimited as theres no limit on how many you get now , 2 columns mon , and 1 for the rest of the week , there suppose to built into indoor work plan :crazy: , which is a load of shite anyway , don't worry about it as you either claim o/t or you finish on your time , then its there problem :wave .

D2d

12 Mar 2019, 21:11

I saw max in our office is 7.

D2d

13 Mar 2019, 10:57

Is this still the standard for the IWT
1 contract 4 minutes 
2 contracts 8 minutes
3 contracts 10 minutes
4 contracts 11 minutes
5 contracts 12 minutes
6 contracts 14 minutes

D2d

13 Mar 2019, 13:44

Yamr1 wrote:Is this still the standard for the IWT
1 contract 4 minutes 
2 contracts 8 minutes
3 contracts 10 minutes
4 contracts 11 minutes
5 contracts 12 minutes
6 contracts 14 minutes


14 minutes for 6 contracts?! I'd like to see the rational for those timings....

D2d

13 Mar 2019, 17:48

Yip scandalous it's OK for 1 or 2...
I'm sure at resource meetings now they just class it as mail 32 a minute not 100% sure hopefully a unit rep with tell us soon that does a resource meeting

D2d

13 Mar 2019, 18:27

7 D2D file
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D2d

13 Mar 2019, 22:37

Not much time that

D2d

16 Mar 2019, 21:25

Before the idea of absorption and lapsing was devised there was time to do the job properly and get things like cleaning the vans done and taking breaks and maybe even chance for a few words with 'recipients'. Nowadays most of the time we go beyond duty time with not all or even any break taken. As for ancillary tasks like cleaning vans even if there was equipment available the time is not there to do it.

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