one mailcount with anal counters, anal district, corrupt managers and you'll be like me 45j working over all but 2 days a week and rushing to do that... that is what is wrong with evaluated, at least one of the top 10Rural Deviation -- "something that’s always boggled my mind of why management has never really used that Section 151 against our craft.."
How would the PO correct a route that is run under more than 3 hours every week?
At one time PMs were rewarded for "controlling" rural hours. The PO also likes to use the bump to continually push us. I see no motivation for management to take action.
As far as working harder and efficiently. I used to think that way.
There are many factors that affect how a carrier can finish under evaluation. Read the responses on this board.
An example: All of our directs( Businesses) were eliminated.
Two routes get 4 feet of presort. Route 1 has to case all of the flats to residential customers. Route 2 only cases 2 feet. The other 2 feet get sorted into tubs for those businesses.
Is route 2 working harder and more efficient?
We have talked about the problems with the evaluated system.
Hourly solves all. The only group upset would be the harder working & efficient carriers.
Btw, I love evaluated. I usually work 35-38 on a 46K.