Flow goes straight from an inbound trailer, recieved/processed and rides the mezz straight to outbound to be loaded to a truck. Non con flow is similar but is grabbed and stacked on pallets then moved by a GPM'er and staged near outbound for a non con sorter to pick it up and sort it to individual lanes.Almost all of it "flow" -- so what is it if it isn't flow? Like ISM? or you mean it's flowing straight off the trailors and being separated and shipped right to the stores? v. being held in a warehouse?
No ot here, at least not preapproved. I keep hearing rumblings of closing from other tm’s and it just makes you sick. It’s all I think about. I know we are an essential business, but still. I wish they would just say no, we aren’t going to close, so that thought isn’t prying the back of my mind all shift.Mandatory time baby! I'm hoping OT will keep going the whole rest of the year. Maybe if enough people come down with "flu like symptoms" convienently on their OT days they will approve us volunteers to work over 60 and get that double pay...
I dont think that us closing is realistic, but if things to continue to get worse we could see a big slow down in product being recieved and shipped.Welcome back to fall season! Mandatory OT for the foreseeable future. Forecasts of 1-1.5 million. At least it should be mostly cleaning supplies and food.
Not a chance in hell they close, so don’t give those rumors any thought.
When they see you are crosstrained they can preapprove you and then have you on the start up sheet as a flex out. Or they can keep you in your home department and flex someone else out who is also cross trained in the other department. It's a win win for them. And if the other person doesn't want to go, you can swap with them if you like. I'm in warehousing now but I came from inbound. Some people don't like going to inbound, but I like doing different things and keeping everything fresh in my mind so I don't get rusty or bored. I just want to work and get the day over with.I may volunteer some, but its comical because I volunteered to work there in the fall season and was old no its not your home department.
A certain AAA+ volume near the corporate office got 15 PIPO of just paper towel dropped off to them at once yesterday. Other stores were divided up the remaining ~45 left (basically 1 per store). Make of that what you will 😁How the hell out of 5900 cartons I get no pipos