Yeah, well, not sure I'm comfortable with most people (including me)
handling fork-lifts, pallet jacks etc. Personally I try to avoid picking up
anything heavier than money. (Bad back - too much work on stone masonry and
years leaning over a drawing board.)
Corporate goofy has a positive side in my workplace. If you have a fleet
vehicle, you are only allowed to change a flat tyre if you've had
'training' from a fleet mechanic. Without training, you have to ring them
on a mobile or call on the two-way so they come and change it. So - no
takers for the tyre change training :-)
They had the same rule for filling the tank - but that only lasted a couple
of days ...
No doubt there are as many stories of customers as there are of workers.
This one was the side of the stupid customers, and I believe most of them.
If you want to see how stupid workers and companies can be, check out
http://consumerist.com/ and you'll get the other half. There they even help
you fight back, giving out list of CEO numbers and email addresses, and
other useful information to get your problems resolved. There is no
shortage of the "lowest common denominator".
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