90 day raise.

Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by memphis12, Sep 28, 2012.

  1. memphis12

    memphis12 New Member

    Hi, I've been searching around the forum/web to find this answer, but I can't seem to find a cut/dry answer. Does the 90 day raise as a loader come in after 90 working days or 90 calendar days. Also, is there a way (maybe on upsers?) i can see my official start date? Hope to get some answers. Thanks.
     
  2. andyb03

    andyb03 New Member

    Calendar.
     
  3. Pkgdriver707

    Pkgdriver707 New Member

    It's 90 days from your start date....As far as finding your start date, you can ask a supervisor or contact your HR dept.
     
  4. laffter

    laffter Active Member

    Look at your first pay stub. You started 14 days before you were paid.
     
  5. stoni24

    stoni24 New Member

    Also ur benefits will start one year from hire date, no matter how many days ur laid off. Ur next big step!
     
  6. Brownslave688

    Brownslave688 You want a toe? I can get you a toe.

    Uh no
     
  7. laffter

    laffter Active Member

    I should say 7 days, I guess. Although you don't get it for 14.
     
  8. memphis12

    memphis12 New Member

    Hmmm. Well Ive been here for well over 90 calendar days and havent received a raise. I assume I should talk to my HR about this, what will likely happen in a situation such as this. Thanks for rePlies, btw.
     
  9. laffter

    laffter Active Member

    Monday is already here. Track down your HR guy and ask him what your hire date was. Ask him about the 90-day raise. This isn't secret information. If there is a problem with this then they will fix it. HR is typically pleasant to speak with.
     
  10. memphis12

    memphis12 New Member

    Thanks for your reply, I will do just so. My hire date was in April. Is it possible I will be reimbursed with back pay? Again, thanks for your response.
     
  11. laffter

    laffter Active Member

    If they can demand reimbursement for over-payment, then you should be able to receive reimbursement for under-payment. Depending on how cooperative your management "team" is, you might need to get the union involved in that process.

    Are you 100% sure you never received your raise? If you are an unloader (trailers), you should be receiving 9.50/hr after 90 days. If you work a "skilled" position such as preloader, sorter, irreg train, you should be getting paid 10.50 by now.
     
  12. Brownslave688

    Brownslave688 You want a toe? I can get you a toe.

    Still no. Not everyone starts on a Monday and we get paid on Fridays not Sundays so it would be like 12 days. Anyway when you get paid is not what u should base your seniority date on.
     
  13. memphis12

    memphis12 New Member

    Yes I'm 100% positive I'm still making 8.50 an hour. I work the midnight shift, so hopefully I can catch someone in HR before my shift.
     
  14. memphis12

    memphis12 New Member

    Just to be clear, are you saying the start date is considered as the date you received seniority?
     
  15. HubBub

    HubBub Active Member

    Start date is your first day of work. You should definitely have gotten your raise (it's contractual) and are entitled to back pay (1 dollar for every hour you've worked after the 90th calender day). Talking to HR may settle things but talking to a steward about your options is probably your best first step. Going to a supervisor about it is a good way to get the run around.
     
  16. memphis12

    memphis12 New Member

    Ok, thanks a lot guys. Gonna go to HR tonight and update you guys tomorrow. Thanks again.