Hermes whistleblowers expose snaps of chaotic warehouse and vans
Another whistleblower, Thomas Ferrier, a driver from Alloa, Clackmannanshire, has released his own pictures, taken when he was delivering parcels for Hermes, which show the equally chaotic state of vans. Thomas claims this made the job so stressful he contemplated ‘driving the van ‘over a cliff and ‘ending it all’.The anonymous warehouse worker said today: ‘Things were just the same as in the photos and that’s one of the reasons I finally left. Staff are being overworked and their health and safety is at risk.’At one point I was buried up to my shoulders in parcels and another member of staff had to come and pull me out.’I had a panic attack. I felt trapped and like I couldn’t breathe.’We were often short staffed and the belts moved too quickly, so it was impossible to keep up.’Another whistleblower, Thomas Ferrier, a driver from Alloa, Clackmannanshire, has released his own pictures, taken when he was delivering parcels for Hermes, which show the equally chaotic state of vansShe added: ‘You couldn’t get to fire exits because we were buried up to our knees in packages.’I’ve had people find me on Facebook to message me and complain that they haven’t received their parcels.’It was just chaotic, a health and safety hazard. It was getting to the point where I could not take it anymore.’The woman says her girlfriend also suffered homophobic abuse from a manager who called her a ‘F fot’.She also claims that working hours were ‘slave like’, with managers restricting toilet breaks and refusing to allow time off for medical appointments.Thomas posted online saying: ‘The photos show how you had to find addresses and s in a mess like that. There was no actual structure in place.Nothing was ever regimental or made easy.’I was struggling to live. thinking to myself, I really could just drive this van over a cliff and end it all.’Thomas claims the chaotic state of vans made the job replica hermes watches
so stressful he contemplated ‘driving the van ‘over a cliff and ‘ending it all’Speaking today, he also claimed he was told to ‘p in a bottle’ to save time on deliveries.He added: ‘You are entitled to half an hour break a day but there is no time to stop for food.’You have to eat on the go while driving, even told to p in a bottle if you are out to save time.’A Hermes spokeswoman said: ‘A new management team has been in place at the depot since May 2019 and has made numerous changes to the working conditions.RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 NextWhat a light mare! Family in bitter legal stand off with. Louis Tomlinson vows he will NEVER appear on BBC Breakfast.