While RIM Ceo Thorston Heins continues to talk rosily about RIM’s future, the dire state of the company is becoming all too real for employees in its Ottawa headquarters. According to a report in the Ottawa Citizen, RIM is curtailing summer vacations and telling workers they must work six days a week. This big push is meant to get the already-stalled BlackBerry 10 operating system out the door sooner than expected. Earlier this year, RIM said its BlackBerry 10 phones were expected to land this fall, but CEO Heins confirmed last week that unexpected problems have forced RIM to delay the launch until 2013. The news of the delay and the overtime work did not sit well with some employees. It also rattled some investors who’s outlook on RIM remains grim.