There is a deficiency of workforce in the state sector, says Professor Borce Davitkovski, but the public sector is overmanned
Right now the problem is that the English facilities are under-invested (and) overmanned
," said Mr Tata.
When our railways were publicly owned they were overmanned
, union dominated, had managers who knew nothing about customer service, and lost bucket-loads of money every year.
But their numbers have swelled as a result and the brigade are now considered to be overmanned
DAI THOMAS is so right (Letters, June 30), the country is on its knees and still the overpaid and overmanned
public sector employees fail to recognise the signs.
The goal of the ERB is to re-balance manning in 31 overmanned
ratings, improve advancement rates, and increase Perform to Serve (PTS) opportunity.
They were overmanned
and inefficient in many areas, and probably superfluous to some parts of the country.
We are currently overmanned
in all four ratings, there is no room for mistakes at any paygrade.
THE Rovers Return is surely the most overmanned
yet smallest bar in the land.
ARE Merseyside police s o overmanned
they can deploy a large number of officers on speed camera duty in Great Howard Street on May 19?
My concern is that the Fire Department is so overmanned
and so overfunded that they can afford such a venture when I am led to believe that the county is short of firemen and funds.
If it was to prove the company must be overmanned
if 1,000 of them can take time off to demonstrate, then they probably succeeded.