None I hated it
it a good place to work I wish I had stay there but life go on ,and now I am 66 no c.n.a is expired . Best thing to do is do your jobs and go home.
Talking where the pts can hear u talking about them with another co worker.
I was fired from C & M Forwarding for making too many mistakes with paperwork. The dispatcher position I was hired for requires a computer with 2 - 3 monitors , as multiple applications are used. I was given a 15" laptop to use for the first 6 months , which is completely inadequate to do the required tasks efficiently. Everyone knew this. I was given my own computer / multiple monitor setup when we moved to the new building , just before Christmas. The staff I worked with was my immediate supervisor , who was lead dispatcher. There is an afternoon dispatcher also . My hours over lapped their shifts so I could assist with data entry and processing driver's paperwork. C & M employes 25 driver's and has many outside carriers they contact with. It is a fast paced high volume warehousing / trucking company. The Dispatch / Operations Supervisor and the Warehouse / Shipping Supervisor also shared the office with dispatch. Training at C & M consisted of being shown once and expected to know it afterwords. MIstakes were met with disdain , anger and expletive laced tirades. I witnessed repeated tantrums from some of my supervisors. I have seen boxes of labels thrown across the room because they had been moved from their original location. The office environment was not a stable one. I do not wish to return to C & M in this lifetime.
Talking about a pts where they could hear u talking to a coworker
My customers an my team mates!
It was great company to work for.
I attempted to seek remedy through polite dialogue.