Another one bites the dust

Discussion in 'Holland' started by Griz, Aug 11, 2017.

  1. Griz

    Griz Well-Known Member

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    TM John in Memphis packed it up and quit today. John was oops manager from St Louis and hadn't been here but a few months. Took a similar job in Cincinnati (his home town) with Central Transport.
     
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    wongway -15% Pay & Broke Pension Fund

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    Yep, Manager's and Supervisor's & Driver's are Quitting at a -15% rate per week !!
     
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  3. yrc-atm

    yrc-atm commodities relocator

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    Night ops manager and linehaul dispatcher in Milwaukee were walked out. Both were working days at another company. Ops manager was bragging about how many women at the terminal he slept with. Apparently he was keeping up his tonnage numbers
     
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    vongrimmenstein Well-Known Member

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    I wonder if he serviced his women with 'The Whopper'? von.
     
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  5. ABFer

    ABFer Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Wow! Living proof that CT is no longer THE bottom feeder! :wee:
     
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  6. skullcramp

    skullcramp Government Seal

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    In his case I doubt it. He was a little boy in man's clothes. Other than a yrcw company, where else can a night ops supr go for a ride along with one of his "girls" and come back 4 hours later?. Like he said "I can do whatever the F&*( I want". To put it in perspective, the trip was a switch that takes about an hour and a half.
     

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