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Ideploy is rigged

So we all know the times given on Ideploy are ridiculous compared to the time it takes to actually do the job.

Does anyone know if the DM or the RMS programs to each individual employee how many cases per hour each employee is expected to do per hour?

I look at other people's schedules and we will have the same amount of cases, but they are given 2X longer than me to do the same exact work load.

Any thoughts or comments?

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I used yo throw 45 cases in an hour, so if with 20 you are keeping your job thanks God

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Post ID: @gazt+1fleTiw0

I leave my phone in the back of a store, of course I told them for two years it was broken and of course nobody came to fix so that was nice.

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Post ID: @6sxh+1fleTiw0

I spend most of my day in my company car. I love ideploy.

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Post ID: @6puy+1fleTiw0

Of course its ridiculous. Its not your problem. Play the game. 10 cases an hour makes a happy rep with plenty support, multiple po-p breaks, and golf time.

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Post ID: @6gyw+1fleTiw0

This is ridiculous. A company that forces you to lie and falsify company documents. Why can’t sales reps just serve the servant..

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Post ID: @6bxr+1fleTiw0

Duh. Dont put 20 cases. Its an automated system. A computer adjusts everything.

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Post ID: @5bgx+1fleTiw0

I throw 20 cases an hour. Ideploy then comes out and gives me 1 hour to write an order, and throw 75 cases.

This company is a joke!

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Post ID: @5pcv+1fleTiw0

The system works in the inputs you put in. If you are a hero and put 20 cases an hour you are a su---r.

Put like 10 cases an hour. You have to rotate, you have to face, you have to do credits.

Don't be a hero. There is no reward.

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Post ID: @5qvb+1fleTiw0

You are correct. Precisely why things will change.

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Post ID: @5sbr+1fleTiw0

Your just a stock boy

1d ago by Anonymous
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Post ID: @3hra+1fleTiw0

To the person that posted the above, you sound ignorant, silence please!

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Post ID: @5zgf+1fleTiw0

It's "you're" not "your."

Educate yourself minion.

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Post ID: @4iwa+1fleTiw0

We're all just fighting fire with fire.

You got a problem with equality?

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Post ID: @2krc+1fleTiw0

That's a good one kool-aid drinker.

I'm not doing anything other than slowing down, and not ki----g myself.

Anytime you want to come pick up the slack, give me your name and I'll arrange a transfer for ya!

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Post ID: @2kmg+1fleTiw0

you should be fired for rigging the system

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Post ID: @2sjg+1fleTiw0

I would put nothing past this company. Employees mean nothing.

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Post ID: @1bgk+1fleTiw0

LOL. Get back to work valued employee!

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Post ID: @1dax+1fleTiw0

I only plug in that I throw 20 cases an hour. No matter how slow I go, or how few cases I do per hour, my Ideploy never "adjusts" to give me more time. This is why I know something internally has to be going on. I bet I could plug in 10 cases per hour for months and I would not be given more time.

I've been told it adjusts over time depending on cases per hour, but that's a crock of cr-p as I've consciously been testing it, and trying to get it to give more time for fewer cases, and it's not happening.

Lies, lies, and more lies from these managers.

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Post ID: @1mvd+1fleTiw0

Oh yes. As a former employee I can say this is one reason I left. In this company, you literally get punished for working fast/hard. If you have a high case per hour count, they just give you less time in the store than someone who is consistently slower. Also, they are supposed to schedule everyone as close to an 8 hour day as possible. But of there is no help on that particular territory, they just pile it on one or two people and say you have to do it in 8 hours. If you take the time to really break down the schedule every day, you will see huge problems with fairness. Of course, they think their workforce is too stupid to realize that. Also, pay attention to the differences that some sales reps have as far as working orders and weekly case count. Some do barely any and some get 1000 plus cases a week. Actually it is pretty amazing that anyone still works for them. There are just too many other jobs out there right now with equal or better pay than to continue to put up with the toxicity of this company.

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