Brilliant! I had close to the same suggestion that I would communicate to the plant manager. However because the three other plants didn't do it that way... You must be a great asset to whomever you work for! I transferred to Phoenix from Houston to help "Turn around the plant". My marching orders was to make sure the facilities, machines, and maintenance were not the issue. As you most likely figured out I'm not the best people person and was told to stay our of production / people issue as that "was not my kitchen". So many factors surrounded the plant. Companies from California relocating to the area and of course mass migration of people. Amazon and a few other large companies drove up wages which shattered the plants business model (70% temp workers). The pool of talent was absolutely dismal. Long story short, everything got sorted that I could control. However I think Houston knew from the day I stepped foot in Phoenix they were going to relocate to Reno. No way was I going to Reno! So cut my losses, took off for green grass and tall trees. I know every generation says the next generation is going to be worse. But I think the next is going to be in deep trouble. The saying I read a couple days ago really made me chuckle then think deep: "If you think things are bad now, in twenty years the country will be ran be e-learned kids taught by day drinking teachers".