Discussion in 'UPS Union Issues' started by mavs972, Jun 20, 2013.
Who's higher up in the food chain? I'll say dispatch.
center manager is higher. But my dispatch knows it all. Genius in his own mind.
Neither it's a teamster.
Who is higher Center manager or Preload manager? Who is higher Hub manager or Ctr. manager? Or Feeder manager?
The business agent. He is untouchable
Work as instructed and let them fight over the bone.
This is my understanding of the UPS food chain.
Center Manager and Preload Manager
On Car Supervisor and PDS Supervisor
Close enough for your perspective.
The dispatcher answers to IT manager more then the center manager. So if its a pissing match the center manager has to go around to the DIV.M. To get results. Same thing with 9-5s. If the center manager has balls he can just kick it to labor. It's a F*** up food chain if you ask me.
how many vice presidents does ups have...it use to be that companies had one, know it seems that every distinct area or operating unit has a president and multiple vices...
There are levels of VP at UPS.
Probably a couple more.
When a person is named to a VP level, they have certain legal and fiduciary powers and responsibilities.
UPS has had multiple VPs as long as I can remember.
District managers are at a VP level.
can you go into some more detail the underlined part?
Both are puppets, so it really doesnt matter whether one of them has longer strings than the other one. I have never understood the logic of paying someone $85K per year and referring to them as a "manager" when they arent allowed to make even the most basic of operational decisions. If you are prohibited from deciding how many routes to dispatch, how many stops to load into those routes, or which shelf to load those stops onto...why are you even being referred to as a "manager" in the first place?
Separate names with a comma.