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comcor 26-06-2018 16:12

[Article] Lack of train drivers hitting Cork commuters
 
https://www.eveningecho.ie/corknews/...9fa7aeed377-ds

How does any company allow a situation to develop where it is down 30% of its required staff capacity?

berneyarms 26-06-2018 19:46

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Originally Posted by comcor (Post 79518)
https://www.eveningecho.ie/corknews/...9fa7aeed377-ds

How does any company allow a situation to develop where it is down 30% of its required staff capacity?

Thatís the result of the long running mentoring dispute which wasnít helped by the previous CEO who dug his heels in.

Hopefully when the current crop of trainees are passed out this problem will be consigned to history.

Jamie2k9 26-06-2018 20:46

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How does any company allow a situation to develop where it is down 30% of its required staff capacity?
Unions refuse to train like they have historically done. Now its compulsory so in effect they have made it worse for themselves.

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Originally Posted by berneyarms (Post 79521)
Thatís the result of the long running mentoring dispute which wasnít helped by the previous CEO who dug his heels in.

Hopefully when the current crop of trainees are passed out this problem will be consigned to history.

Not true, unions haven't got anything new really part from speeded up negotiations about a shorter week which were agreed under the old CEO. Ironic thing is shorter week requires more drivers to be trained to achieve.....


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