To all you guys who say:<quoted text>
Great comments but there will never be change with this company unless the IBO's unite ... Strength in numbers ... Alone we are nothing but a pesky fly to the know it alls in management ..
We need to
We all should..
Many people in many different states follow this blog. It is very easy to set up a protest day in which the trucks do not go out.
People need to be clear, constructive form a date, game plan as to when a good time to stop the trucks rolling.
Some concerns that have been voiced are:
1. Pay structure- being paid the least of any independent distributor.
2. Independence- how can one be termed the name IBO when you are constantly being told what to do, how to do it...ie planograming racks etc..
3. Promotional allowance- real mony being taken out of your hard earned pocket . When it is raining or snowing or 2 degrees out or 100 degrees out. Whether your sick, or others are sick around you or a death in the family or your truck is down, you all work hard and that money is taken away from you.
Here is a good place to start with some talking points. Let's have some good conversation on this board and create a plan.
All you men and women are smart, hard workers and deserve much more from S/L!
The management of this company looks at this site and it is about time they respect you more.
Organize, be determined, talk with all your IBOs in your warehouse. Get them on the same page as everyone in the country and you may start to see changes..