30 consecutive days

Discussion in 'UPS Union Issues' started by rama, Jun 5, 2014.

  1. rama

    rama New Member

    If a Tcd works 30 consecutive days is that Tcd suppose to be promoted to full time? Southern region
     
  2. degill7994

    degill7994 Active Member

    I think so if it is before June 1st

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  3. Overpaid Union Thug

    Overpaid Union Thug Well-Known Member

    No.The most senior part-timer from the pool bid would get the position. Even if they weren't a TCD yet.
     
  4. BrownTexas

    BrownTexas Well-Known Member

    Never heard of it. A part timer has to work 156 days in a year for them to create a new full time position. Never read anything about 30 days. Better have someone give you a section in the contract for you to look up before you go on believing people off the Internet and make an ass out of yourself complaining about something that doesn't exist.
     
  5. Ouch

    Ouch Well-Known Member

    That is a tough one as their is not a lot of language on tcds in the contract. I know it's 30 days on a lot of part time employees such as a part timer air route. If it is put in 30 days then a spot should come available. If taw is put in for more than 30 days then a job should be created for that position. 156 days to a part time tcd means his vacation, sick, and holiday pay shall be paid as a full timer not a position opened. If a tcd runs a the same cut in route for more than 30 days I believe you can file a grievance requesting that be made a full time route. In that case as was stated the highest senior employee on the bid sheet shall be awarded that position. Tcd drivers who drive more than 156 days and only cover vacation weeks or call ins and split cars for overflow are not considered full time vacancies. The cut in route has to be in more than 30 days to make the request to make it a full time bid. That is my understanding.
     
  6. Overpaid Union Thug

    Overpaid Union Thug Well-Known Member

    Years ago we had a 22.3 added because a TCD on preload ran air after his shift more than 30 consecutive days. He didn't get the job though. A full-time driver took it.
     
  7. BrownChoice

    BrownChoice Active Member

    And thats the way the cookie crumbles
     
  8. dogs.bite.me

    dogs.bite.me Member

    If a route is built and ran for 30 consecutive days that route is put up for bid.

    156 driver punches for a tcd means a full time position is added to the center.

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  9. Ouch

    Ouch Well-Known Member

    I could be wrong but 156 reports doesn't mean a full time job. There are a lot of hubs that will allow full timers to go home and then work a tcd. Someone out of our building filed on it, and that pretty much stopped that. We never got a full time position out of a tcd working 156 reports, covering vacations, call ins, and split cars.
     
  10. dogs.bite.me

    dogs.bite.me Member

    Our contract says 156 punches creates a full time job. Now that's the new contract. The old contract was 200 punches creates a ft position.

    Old contract used to be 156 punches gets a Pt tcd the 45 hour vacation payed at tcd rate instead of 20 hour at pt rate.

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  11. Ouch

    Ouch Well-Known Member

    I haven't gotten to look thru the new contract book yet. But hey I did say I could be wrong lol lol lol. Thanks for the update. I need to get that book. Being retired I still try to stay on my toes for my buddies still humping it for brown.
     
  12. UpstateNYUPSer

    UpstateNYUPSer Very proud grandfather.

    Why?

    I'm sure your "buddies" can take care of themselves and don't need a bored busybody doing it for them.

    You are retired----you do not need a contract book as there is nothing in that book that pertains to retirees.
     
  13. Ouch

    Ouch Well-Known Member

    [quotetateNYUPSer, post: 1341801, member: 12570"]Why?

    I'm sure your "buddies" can take care of themselves and don't need a bored busybody doing it for them.

    You are retired----you do not need a contract book as there is nothing in that book that pertains to retirees.[/quote]
    I also dont need a supervisor like you telling me what I need and what I dont. So now we have resorted to name calling. I was a steward and a very good one. Friends ask me for my opinion on contract language and i help them. You have your head so far up management's :censored2: I doubt you can even see the contract book.
     
  14. UpstateNYUPSer

    UpstateNYUPSer Very proud grandfather.

    Sorry, you are a retired STEWARD.

    The rest of my advice still applies.
     
  15. upschuck

    upschuck Avatar bet gone wrong

    Had a retired center manager say if the anyone needed advice on the contract to contact him. Never worked under him as a center manager, but did as a sup, and was very fair. I applaud Ouch for wanting to help out fellow teamsters. Sometimes you need another set of eyes for a different perspective.
     
  16. Ron Carey lives on

    Ron Carey lives on Well-Known Member

    Union thug is on the right track. A clarification grievance on staffing of a center may cause a 22.3 job to be filled. Keep good documents of hours and days worked

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  17. Mindless wonder

    Mindless wonder New Member

    You could have informed him that the contract is on line,but again you took the low road
     
  18. UpstateNYUPSer

    UpstateNYUPSer Very proud grandfather.

    He is retired. There is not one word in the NMA or any of the supplements geared toward retirees.


    He needs to move on.
     
  19. cosmo1

    cosmo1 Just another internet hooligan.

    And Photog and me?
     
  20. bleedinbrown58

    bleedinbrown58 ahhh....the mouth breathers

    You really are just bitter, nasty, abrasive person. I feel bad for Rowdy.