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Author Topic: DotCom Shift Change Trials  (Read 53808 times)

helpme

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Re: DotCom Shift Change Trials
« Reply #200 on: 04-03-20, 05:23PM »
Our lead manager has already made it clear they want the new system in place as it will mean the longer serving drivers leaving. They don't like the fact that we won't just keep our mouths shut and do as we're told.

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Re: DotCom Shift Change Trials
« Reply #201 on: 04-03-20, 06:59PM »
Some of the long serving drivers probably will leave but the problem will arise when they try to replace them.

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Re: DotCom Shift Change Trials
« Reply #202 on: 04-03-20, 08:27PM »
Why would any sane manager want to get rid of experienced drivers who get the job done in spite of all and move to an ever-revolving door of newbies who can't or won't hack it and are detrimental to the manager's performance assessment?  If the manager is doing the job properly then they will have no problem keeping the experienced drivers onside.
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Re: DotCom Shift Change Trials
« Reply #203 on: 04-03-20, 09:14PM »
It's all part of the plan to reduce redundancy costs, the more long time servers they can get rid of through arbitrary performance measures, questionable procedures or "managing out the business" on departments they plan to streamline or cut off, the more money goes into the CEOs back pocket and the happier the shareholders.

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Re: DotCom Shift Change Trials
« Reply #204 on: 05-03-20, 12:44PM »
Why would any sane manager want to get rid of experienced drivers who get the job done in spite of all and move to an ever-revolving door of newbies who can't or won't hack it and are detrimental to the manager's performance assessment?  If the manager is doing the job properly then they will have no problem keeping the experienced drivers onside.
They don't do the job properly. We are there to make them look good and help progress their career up the ladder. Refusing to take a van out as it needs tyres replacing is seen as sabotage and not being a team player. We should just salute and obey as far as they are concerned.

 

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