23 Nov 2017, 21:00
24 Nov 2017, 06:19
27 Nov 2017, 13:26
clashcityrocker wrote:There are 3 options.
1. They will employ more staff.
2. They will further automate your job meaning you will have less work to do. (Larger sequencing machines/packet sorting)
3. You will have to be 10% (approx) more efficient.
A mixture of 2 and 3 would be my guess.
27 Nov 2017, 15:58
28 Nov 2017, 01:35
Yes wasn’t expecting it to be free, I just don’t see the work getting done with less hours in the day, theres barely enough heads on some shifts now. I’m not aware of how the packet machines perform I’ve never seen one, we always get told the machines are better but if the others are anything to go by (FSM) there’s more people on that thing (including the manual) that were on the flats when they were all manually done.fishtank wrote:They want to change the entire pipeline from start to finish over the next 3-5 years, it's unlikely you'll recognise your "details" by the time the shorter working week is implemented fully. As Clash points out as with delivery this is unlikely to be a "free" SWW, it will probably be tied to increased productivity and efficiency. More work done in less time through greater automation and monitoring of actual work done using data capture. Nowhere to hide.
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