The importance of scheduler's responsiveness

E-mailed Lanette at Summit Scheduling regarding 3 gas stations, far away, and hard to fill locations. E-mailed her late on a Saturday evening.

Within two hours, accepted, assigned, printed out, and ready to hit the road.

Alas, haven't yet heard from ANY of the other schedulers I e-mailed at about the same time.

Their hard to fill locations will remain unfilled. Because these locations are hundreds of miles away, and I'm not going there again this month.

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Thanks, Lanette!

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I'm glad it worked out.

I guess it depends on what they are doing at the time? I texted one of the Summit Schedulers on Thursday afternoon. She was boarding a plane and getting into her seat. Had I texted her 15 minutes later, she would not have been able to reply for hours.

Honestly, the only one who I expect to reply 24/7/365 is Lorri Kern. She will reply from anywhere in the world it seems - even on an airplane, mid-flight. When I got pulled into Secondary Inspection in Canada, that's who I texted. Everyone else gets a few hours slack from me.
Last day of the month. 3 shops, same MSC/scheduler, due that day with nice bonuses. Applied 5am, by 1pm no word. Finished all my other jobs, canceled the apps and went home. Oh well. I don't understand, though. If I were a scheduler with deadlines so imminent that the bonuses are really high, I would be checking constantly, all day, to see if anyone has applied.

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Oh, I'm not complaining. I'm thrilled that one actually replied and gave me shops.

I know that other people have lives -- not everyone is at their computer Saturday evening and night, LOL!!!

It's just that it makes our lives route shopping so much easier when a scheduler IS responsive.
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