At some point in my life I'd probably be inclined to find out what exactly is going awry at package delivery companies.
I mean on top of the obvious exploitation of non-employed delivery personell, ridiculous requirements to predict the deliver time within a two hour window, penalties for not being able to make that glass-ball delivery window, etc.
Issues like basic logistics of delivery, knowing *where* stuff is and of how many packages cargo is made of, maybe the even a recipient…
@MacLemon wrote: "At some point ... I'd probably be inclined to find out what exactly is going awry at package delivery companies."
The other way 'round makes sense.
There is one company treating the employees like humans. Delivering in a perfect manner. Absolute excellent in results. I do business with them for decades now and it remains to be a pleasure:
UPS in Europe.
All the others are victims of The #Greed - the golden calf showed up in the bible attracting mankind since...
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