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Re: Picker performance
« Reply #50 on: 27-04-21, 03:05PM »
It would be "an unreasonable change" for somebody with family commitments, i.e. caring responsibilities.
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Re: Picker performance
« Reply #51 on: 27-04-21, 03:24PM »
Well no I don't think they would be able to change my hours, (well they could after 12 weeks) But I'll just report what they did to everyone else that they  forced though contract changes without consultations or following process. so yeah I'll keep my smug face.
They literally said to everyone your contract has changed from 5-6 sign here, and you don't have a choice so do it.
« Last Edit: 27-04-21, 08:37PM by Nomad »

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Re: Picker performance
« Reply #52 on: 07-06-21, 06:22PM »
So our pick rate went up to 198 now. We have to run without stopping to achieve it. If you are stopped by a customer who needs help your pick rate is going down straight away. I find it really hard when the shop floor is busy. Is it possible that trying to do  pickrate like that isn't safe ... especially in pandemic time ,as we have to really push ourselfs while there are customers walking around?
« Last Edit: 07-06-21, 06:33PM by Emily2010 »

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Re: Picker performance
« Reply #53 on: 07-06-21, 06:27PM »
Need to go back to TRAY LINERS,IM a driver and some customers dont like no bag option

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Re: Picker performance
« Reply #54 on: 08-06-21, 01:32PM »
Yeah ours went up that high as well, coincidentally the same time they froze all overtime and got rid of a lot of the temps. im just going to refuse to pick at those levels(i have done dotcom for 15 years and never fail pick rate) if they want to make an issue of it ill just ask them to show me the plans that say the pickrate can be picked at those levels, they cant, u get a small trolly, or customer asking for somthing or most importantly trying to pick instore after 11am with the ammount of staff-customers. managers are saying its possible as some people are getting over 200 pick rates, all new starts who dont check dates (was funny, the other day i picked up meat dated a day before, so picked another product, but watched a load of new pickers pick up the out of date meat) and only pick large trollies-chill to get high pick rates, its funny and strange those same new pickers spend half their time talking on shop floor (something funny going on there)
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Re: Picker performance
« Reply #55 on: 28-07-21, 08:52PM »
I'd be very impressed if pickers could improve their performance to the point where they could put the trays back how they find them!

Seriously, I spend a considerable percentage of each working day tidying up after pickers who don't leave the trays in good order after digging to the bottom for their precious customers. No matter how many times I ask them to do so, they don't do it.

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« Last Edit: 29-07-21, 08:00PM by tumshie »

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Re: Picker performance
« Reply #56 on: 31-07-21, 09:40AM »
Probably because the pickers and under so much pressure for pick rate that something has to give. And that happens to be putting the trays back

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Re: Picker performance
« Reply #57 on: 31-07-21, 11:54AM »
I passed by 3 pickers the other day on the produce department. I am guessing one had said to another that they had just increased the pick rate I heard the 2nd say they have trouble with the old pick rate so how can they expect them to work any faster. The third then asked the others how their weekends were and they had a nice littler 5min chat about it together.

I think I can see why you are having trouble achieving pick rate  :D

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Re: Picker performance
« Reply #58 on: 31-07-21, 12:32PM »
Nobody who is paid for x hours work a day does x hours work a day,  nobody !
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Re: Picker performance
« Reply #59 on: 31-07-21, 03:56PM »
How much you wanna bet?

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Re: Picker performance
« Reply #60 on: 31-07-21, 06:26PM »
Probably because the pickers and under so much pressure for pick rate that something has to give. And that happens to be putting the trays back

And yet they've got time to chat about holidays, friends, show pictures to each other on their phones and, in the case of one young lad and lass, flirt so much I thought I was going to have to chuck a bucket of cold water over them. 8-)

The problem isn't pick rates. It's dot comedy being lazy because they know the fresh GA's will clear up their mess for them.