Can you believe that this day, Christmas Eve, when we're already working a shortened day so that employees can get together with family, that my Manager would do even LESS than he normally does?
Hos job duties, as described in the handbook are as follows:
Patrol the warehouse, doing random checks of order selectors, loading personnel, inbound receiving clerks, and replenishment drivers. Do a weekly yard audit of all trailers outside, ro ensure proper storage and movement of inventory coming into and going out of the warehouse. Randomly check on inventory in stock, including reserve items. Participate in one store audit per day, making sure that QC associates are doing their jobs correctly. Inspect and audit 5 company stores per week, limited to no more than two stores per day, one store visit per month.
Yeah. Those are the duties he's been slacking in. He hasn't left his office since the end of Summer! He sits in his office, browsing the web, and sometimes filling out enough paperwork to walk it down to the front office. Yeah, he does leave from time to time to go to a meeting, but 95% of the time you can find him sitting at his desk, talking on the phone (usually with his wife and kids), or browsing some internet site totally unrelated to work.
I can't really fault him for the internet use, I mean, look what I'm doing on company time!
But seriously, to shirk all of those other things, and pawn them off on the rest of the crew? Don't you think we should get some kind of pay raise for doing his job?
Not even a "Great job this year, you all make me proud" kind of speech.
The last "talk" we had was his instruction to buckle down, and do a better job, because we missed a HALF POINT in the last corporate audit we had.
So we got beat down because instead of the 100% he was expecting, our department got a 99.5% rating.
Oh. My. God.
Someone fire me because I didn't do his job for him.. again.
I hope that Karma means he'll get something worse this year than what I've dealt with...
And I hope to you, all of my readers, that your Christmas is filled with life, love, happiness, and joy.
Merry Christmas, and I'll see you all on Friday!