Anybody who wants to defend UAW work policies?? LOL
Tell us what is their procedure if a light bulb goes out in say an office room?
#12 | Posted by DavetheWave at 2014-03-01 05:19 PM
DtW, the real deal is, because almost no office worker has a stepladder in their coat closet, the office worker has to call building maintenance, at which point a work order is created and an available maintenance worker is dispatched to change the light bulb.
There is a reason for this. In a large business every action has a cost associated with it. The work order accounts for the time spent by the maintenance worker to change the light bulb. Also, it's about safety; it might be worse than a burnt out light bulb, and a properly trained maintenance worker could determine if an electrician was needed.
Now I understand why I could never be a teacher, explaining the rules three times to the thickies, and not screaming.