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OvaSees

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Re: Double up
« Reply #25 on: 20-04-17, 06:26PM »
"my skills are being wasted"? you drive a van for a living hardly a difficult skill to achieve. Doubling up does nt get the job done in half the time it merely takes hours away that culd help the store. Dot com are quick enough to cry for help when a driver calls in sick and the store has t provide a relief driver. The same should be given back when they do not need someone and can help the store back.

That's unfair, dot com drivers are unsung heroes in my book, I could not do what they have to put up with - numpties on the road are enough for me just getting to work and back. I've seen drivers help out elsewhere in the store where I am from time to time, they are scheduled specifically for the needs of deliveries so there aren't many times they are 'surplus'. Besides, I don't know a single one that gets their correct breaks every day. Every dot com driver we have would find better working conditions elsewhere in today's 'internet home delivery' world.

stockrotateman

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Re: Double up
« Reply #26 on: 20-04-17, 06:37PM »
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