contract raises for PT's?

Discussion in 'UPS Union Issues' started by nystripe96, May 17, 2013.

  1. nystripe96

    nystripe96 Active Member

    My seniority date is sept 6th where I'll get my expected pay bump. With the new contract aug 1st should PT's expect to see a raise on that day as well? I'm not entirely sure how general wage increases will work now if starting salaries for new employees is going up to $10 ($11 preload) as I've been hearing.
     
  2. Bagels

    Bagels Family Leave Fridays!!!

    As I've posted in other threads:

    (*these figures exclude the $1 skilled wage premium)

    Old Progression
    * start: $8.50
    * after 90 days: $9.50
    * after 1 year: $10
    * after 2 years: $10.50
    * after 3 years: $11
    * after 4 years: $11.87

    New Progression:
    * start: $10
    * after 1 year: $10.50
    * after 2 years: $11
    * after 3 years: $12
    * after 4 years: $12.50

    What does this mean?
    PTers who've been with the company less than three years will see adjustments to their wages & everybody else will follow the general wage increases:
    (note: this is crudely done & there may be other insignificant adjustments)


    -- PTers who've been with the company less than one year will be bumped from $9.50 to $10.20 on August 1, then $10.50 on their first anniversary. They will follow the general wage increases, but be bumped from $11.90 to $12 on their third anniversary.

    --PTers who've been with the company less than two years will be bumped to $10.70 on August 1, then $11.00 on their first anniversary. They will then follow the general wage increases.

    -- PTers who've been with the company less than three years will be bumped to $11.20 on August 1, then $12.00 on their third anniversary. They will then follow the general wage increase. So if you've been here between two & three years, you're the winner this contract.

    -- Incumbent PTers with less than three years BENEFIT from the wage progression in seeing wage increases.

    --
    New hires will follow the wage progression whereas incumbent PTers will receive the general wage increases. While the wage progression is stronger in the early years -- which BENEFITS incumbent employees -- ultimately the general wage increases reign. Thus incumbent employees hired in today will be earning $13.40 by the end of the contract, whereas employees hired three months from now would receive only $12.50.

    Read more: http://www.browncafe.com/forum/f39/t...#ixzz2SlS0KZiK


    Read more: http://www.browncafe.com/forum/f39/b...#ixzz2THVF09yZ

    Read more: http://www.browncafe.com/forum/f6/part-time-wage-increases-350125/#ixzz2TYWzQZ3o
     
  3. UPS Preloader

    UPS Preloader Active Member

    70 cents on August 1st, then another 30 cents at your anniversary.
     
  4. jibbs

    jibbs Long Live the Chief

    I love how knowledgeable a lot of members on this site are. I feel like I've just been liking and +repping people without making it known, (most) everybody here is f***in' awesome, man. A little sarcastic maybe, and definitely cynical as a whole, but I'd be lost in the dark as a UPS Teamster without these answers and sources you all are almost always able to provide.


    Just wanted to thank everyone for that. :happy-very:
     
  5. Monkey Butt

    Monkey Butt You can call me Chappy Staff Member

    A collective, "You're welcome!"
     
  6. stacied71

    stacied71 New Member

    So I was actually hired for last peek worked until xmas eve and they didnt hire me called me in feb 2013 wanting me to come back started back when is my senority date? And I have yet to see a raise except for the dollar when I started back when will I see the raise we were suppose to get in august


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  7. bottomups

    bottomups Bad Moon Risen'

    When the contract is signed.
     
  8. Bagels

    Bagels Family Leave Fridays!!!

    So your seniority date will be feb 2013 when ups was wanting you to come back and you may get a raise in feb 2014 on your seniority date or after all pieces of the contract is ratified everywhere whenever that may be
     
  9. Funfact

    Funfact Well-Known Member

    If your in your progression you won't be getting the annual raises your get your yearly progression raises.
     
  10. DriveInDriveOut

    DriveInDriveOut The One Who Knocks

    You'll get your 50 cent 1 year progression raise in February 2014. I know this because I got mine at my 1 year anniversary in mid August.

    When the new contract goes into effect you'll make no less than the new 1 year progression rate ($10.50/$11.50 skilled).
     
  11. Daalcaar

    Daalcaar Member

    So, how would it work in my situation? I was hired on June 2013 and didn't obtain my dollar raise until September, which was after after August 1st.
     
  12. stacied71

    stacied71 New Member

    Ty all for ur answers

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  13. stacied71

    stacied71 New Member

    What is progression obviuosly didnt read contract havent got one lol

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  14. stacied71

    stacied71 New Member

    So we will get retro for the raises that were due in august

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  15. UpstateNYUPSer

    UpstateNYUPSer Very proud grandfather.

    Did you really save that much time by not spelling out "thank you" and "your"?

     
  16. saintrick

    saintrick Member

    Your situation is interesting.

    Here is my take on it.


    If you are preload or sorter add $1.00 to rates below.

    I am assuming you started at $8.50 and at 90 days went to $9.50


    Retro to Aug 1, 2013 your pay will be $10.00 to match the new start rate from the contract.


    You will receive a back pay check for $1.50 an hour for all hours from 8/1/2013 till your 90 day raise that move you from 8.50 to 9.50, and $.50 an hour for all hours from your 90 day raise until the contract is finalized.


    On your seniority date in June 2014 you will move to $10.50 to match the 1 year new hire wage. (If contract is done)


    8/1/14 $.70 raise to $11.20.

    8/1/15 $.70 raise to $11.90

    3 year seniority date you will bump to $12.00 to match the new hire 3 year wage.

    8/1/16 $.40 raise to 12.40

    2/1/17 $.40 raise to 12.80

    8/1/17 $.50 raise to 13.30

    2/1/17 $.50 raise to 13.80
     
  17. stacied71

    stacied71 New Member

    Thank you saintrick I actually make 10.50 so I dont have senority til June?

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  18. saintrick

    saintrick Member

    Sorry, my response was meant for Daalcaar.

    You are just like the rest of us and will see the .70 raise when they get this finished.

    In my area your seniority date would be the day you started back in February. You should ask your supervisor or HR they can tell you.

    You may get a .50 raise on you 1 year seniority date. If this happens I would think you would get .20 cents when the contract is done to complete the .70 raise. In this case your retro check would be .70 for all hours from 8/1/14 to your 1 year and .20 for all hours after that.
     
  19. Daalcaar

    Daalcaar Member

    Thanks, Saintrick. I am starting to make sense of it now. It's just that I was a little bit confused because of the fact that I obtained my dollar raise after the new contract date.