Anyone know the contracts and good at math?

Discussion in 'UPS Union Issues' started by Jas85374, May 2, 2014.

  1. Jas85374

    Jas85374 Member

    So, a fellow upser was telling me that he thinks I got shorted somewhere down the line. I'm really not sure. Can anyone help? I started at $8.50 on 01/21/2008 since then I have got my skill pay and i think all the proper raises. My friend at the hub though thinks I was shorted somewhere like during my shift transfers or something. I'm currently at a little over 6 years deep and making $15.52 hourly. This is correct isn't it?

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  2. Kis124

    Kis124 Member

    I too Have been there since 1/08 and am at 15.47 so your pay sounds correct. Also have skill pay as a spa person

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  3. Jas85374

    Jas85374 Member

    Good :censored2:. I thought it was correct, but.wanted to be sure. Fair days work for a fair days pay.

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  4. Jas85374

    Jas85374 Member

    Yeah, I pick.off to earn the hell out of that dollar.

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  5. Ashell

    Ashell Member

    8.50+0.70+0.75+0.75+0.85+0.95+1.00+0.70=14.15

    But I think since you were hired under 2008 contract, you would follow
    seniority (4 years sorter) = 12.87
    Then you got .70 for the new contract.
    You got 0.95 for the last year of the contract some how
    And you got another dollar on top of the sorter dollar some how.

    To me it looks like you are being over paid no matter how you look at it.
     
  6. Kis124

    Kis124 Member

    Was hired under the contact before that. The contract dates are in August. I was hired in January

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  7. Jas85374

    Jas85374 Member

    Well, thank you management then. LOL.

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  8. Ashell

    Ashell Member

    I'm not management. I know people who were hired a year before you and they are making very close to you. I really do think some how you double dipped on your dollar, maybe in the transfer.
     
  9. Kis124

    Kis124 Member

    Explain how an employee can do that. We do not control the payroll or the raises

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  10. PT Car Washer

    PT Car Washer Well-Known Member

    An employee can not control his wage. He is paid whatever payroll codes him. But with a hundred employees having a hundred different pay rates, mistakes must happen.
     
  11. Jas85374

    Jas85374 Member

    Like the fact that those screw Ups did it in my favor. However, now I worry about losing it, or them trying to get it back.

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