Your points are valid and interesting all I would say is that good companies do need good Management that work with the staff and to succeed but not all businesses are run like RMG ,as you say your managers will have to change or there could be trouble ahead as all the hard work you and your colleagues do could be all for nothing ,let's hope not eh ?
Good god you are saying exactly what my brother says. He is a postie, still doing the rounds. Like most company's, the company in general is pretty good, it's the Richard heads running it that drag the rest of the staff down and hack them off
The fact that allot of line managers are ex posties tells you that the job of a postie nowadays is bloody hard work. Think you'll find the ex posties that are now line managers couldn't hack it as a postie and are looking for an easier life. They then realise they are sandwiched between us posties and the dom (delivery office manager). This is not a nice place! Being under extreme pressure, they mostly (not all) resort to some form of bullying tactic to (persuade) the postie to get the… Read More
Well I don't think many posties sold their first tranche of freebies. I think 4 in our office of 35 did. One definitely needed the money so I couldn't argue with that. The job of posting IS getting harder now; we're expected to be out on delivery for at least 4 hours in all weather. My walk takes up to nearly 5 hours some days (Wednesdays are the busiest). But, I still think it's well paid. And, I'm keeping my shares.
You really are a bitter postman I think the sooner you retire the better it will help you realise that businesses have to move forward in a modern way something yours is starting to do especially when you know what it was like in the 80s ,please refrain from calling names after all your supposed to be offering the public a service aren't you not abuse ha ha
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