We are lacking people and the ones we do have are overworked and exhausted. Of course, eventually they decide to leave, which further complicates the problem. However, our superiors don't care about that. Isn't that a clear sign that they don't intend to fix this mess?
5 replies (most recent on top)
The slowdown is part of the economic slowdown and their stupidity.
so….greater boston area would certainly be considered the “ heart of masonville”. If that area is down on business, that speaks volumes about the current state of wb.
yeah, i’ll certainly believe the claims “ business is waaay up”. just like i believe the easter bunny rises from the pumpkin patch on the 4th day after the jewish new year .
I ran into one of my old drivers on his route one morning a couple weeks ago. His route used to be 1 town in greater Boston and his truck was always filled to the ceiling. The truck was less then half full and he said that they had added two other towns to the route after other drivers left and it still wasn’t half as busy as the old days. He’s a veteran driver but they just won’t let him take the buyouts
It's 65 hour work weeks since the pandemic. Hating it. People saying "look for a new job," but not all of us can so fast.