They seem to offer 2/3 night shifts a week at my mail centre on a regular basis but there's no telling when the text will go out, last week I was sleeping the morning after a shift and missed their text by 10 minutes, obviously the shifts had gone by the time I'd called. They'll often put texts out asking folk to go on standby or for the odd person to cover here and there (especially on Fridays) but it's not easy to plan your life round that obviously.
There's 120 Angard staff at my mail centre apparently which seems daft, there's usually only about 20-25 in on a night shift and it's mostly the same faces, not sure why RM can't employ say 40 folk directly and just divvy up the work between us. Can't understand why you'd want to be constantly recruiting casuals, showing them the ropes, risking them screwing up (missorts and missed targets were a big issue last week) only for them to jack it in after a week as I'm sure many do.
13 Feb 2019, 20:08
Taking people on as RM workers is a lot more expensive for them compared to using Angard workers.
13 Feb 2019, 20:40
Constantly recruiting, inducting, training, seems a waste of time and money to me. How much does this impact on performance too? Just seems like a race to the bottom, with the inevitable consequences.
Page 1 of 1