Ritter has me so aggravated. This is the second time in a couple months that I signed up to do one of their phone shops. And again they did not assign them to me. What does it take to get a shop from Ritter?
Ritter likes to give me storage lockers and boonie shops no one else will take. They won't give me the convenience stores here at home. I applied for 34 and didn't get a single one. They can keep their boonie shops til they rot! I'll drive right past them 3 or 4 times in the next two weeks.
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I had a great relationship w this company but something has changed recently. They don't respond to email, the shops have all new people as their scheduler and I have not been assigned one shop in a couple of months. I have applied for the same job and not heard a thing about it and then I get a mass email saying that it is open.
I have not had a negative report, never flaked or cancelled last minute so I just don't understand what has happened.
I would drop the new scheduler a pleasantly chatty email indicating that I was wondering if there was something that I had done wrong since I had had a great relationship with fairly frequent shops but recently was not being assigned any of the shops I requested. I would ask what I could do to 'fix' the situation as I had enjoyed working with the company.
Ritter has recently become one of my favorite companies. As I stated earlier, I applied, applied & applied for years. Now I've done 11 shops for them have gotten every assignment requested. Albeit small, simple shops, they are places I pass everyday and would go in anyway.
It took me a long time to come to this conclusion but with all msc it is somewhat random. Who gets there first is a biggie. You never know how many others are applying. Try not to take it personally. Schedulers with the busy companies are swamped and just trying to get things scheduled efficiently.