Dear Warehouse Tote Packers,
I am sure you are aware that the products you delicately smash into overfilled totes can be quite pricey to replace. Some of my greatest finds include sticking my hand in the "lotioned" tote. Nothing makes my heart sing with joy more than a hand full of slimy unknown cold semi-solid.
I also am quite overcome with emotion every time a bottle of Tussionex ruins an entire controlled substance tote. There is a significant amount of paperwork involved with that one, not to mention the tedious hours spent trying to wipe sticky yellow goo off bottles of pills in the hopes that the interior has not been breached and the medication inside is dispensable.
I implore you to stop smashing Spiriva. It looks like Banner went all gamma ray and let the Hulk smash the boxes into an atrocious cardboard mess. It is a travesty to try and reshape these boxes which many times have to be abandoned so that the inhaler inside can be put in a plastic bag and labeled for dispensing.
I am not complaining for complaint's sake. I express my deep concern at what the patients think about our operation. I would much rather be seen as an outfit that cares than one that lets a clown in a paper hat toss out drugs like confetti. I am also concerned at the exorbitant cost to replace what is damaged and the dent it puts in our retirement match at the end of the year. I don't know about you but I do NOT plan on working until the day I die.
Let's all do our part to keep this ship from sinking.
Big N Tasty RPh