Discussion in 'Holland' started by Griz, Jun 19, 2017.
Hey whatchoo you talkin about, he used a strap... lol
You sure that's not a Con-way trailer??
It was called. ... taking pride in your work.
I grew up in a family run construction company. ... boy if you didn't do it right you paid for it.
I actually liked working for the highly disciplined Roadway Express.
CF was my favorite. .. followed by Holland
Be held accountable for your actions,yes!
When I started at Holland, we rarely needed discipline because we were proud to work there and had teamwork to boot. Then........it slowly slipped away.
Agree 100% the 'OLD" Holland had pride & Full Pay & waiting line of guys wanting to work for Holland , but now the "New" Holland has no pride & no accountability & nobody wants to work for Holland & lowest pay & very low morale & nobody gives a anymore !! Holland has become a bottom feeder company .......................................r.i.p. 2019
They have all that in ME and more . . . Including once a month reach-arounds from the TM
Straps or air bags? How about chains on the battery box step!!!
RTL and PIE were not highly disciplined, they didn't need to be because all our drivers were far better than BillyLo.
I never had to stand in the corner or stay after work.
"Wonder what the straps on the wall are for!!! Wall decor?
Sorry my pic didn't work.
Looks like a pallet of air filters.
I wish they were filters. Nope heavy as hell. Restack to start the day.
Sorry again about the pic, but the unused strap on the wall was a pisser.
A strap hanging there on the wall.......and the lazy bastards didn't use it. With descent management, they could put a stop to this b.s. by checking to see who loaded it and punish them. But that would require follow up and forklift operators being held accountable, so that won't happen. I remember seeing supervisors witness this type of bad loading and all they did was shake their heads and walk away. A Supervisor with a set of gonads can fix this stuff, but there probably aren't any left over there. Bad employee morale and bad management is a recipe for disaster.