Fair Days Work For Fair Days Pay payout?

Discussion in 'UPS Union Issues' started by Pre-Load Mule, Jun 13, 2016.

  1. Pre-Load Mule

    Pre-Load Mule New Member

    If I am a preloader and I file a fair days work for a fair days pay will there be any type of compensation? Already filed last week but filing again.
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  2. How can you file on that? They aren't paying you what the contract says you should be getting?
  3. Pre-Load Mule

    Pre-Load Mule New Member

    They are paying according to the contract. Filing on getting over worked because we just had 15 RTD drivers go on the road and they do not want to hire anymore pre loaders so they are sharing the love to everyone else
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  4. They beat everyone up during the summer. Just work to the best of your ability.
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  5. bleedinbrown58

    bleedinbrown58 mouth breathers...everywhere

    Are you filing because of forced overtime?
  6. Pre-Load Mule

    Pre-Load Mule New Member

    No no overtime they start us so late that we don't even get to complete our assigned work load so whenever the drivers arrive they load everything in and we get sent home.
  7. upschuck

    upschuck Well-Known Member

    So what are you filing for? More money, more workers, or something else?
  8. oldngray

    oldngray nowhere special

    Are you filing because you are unhappy? Good luck with that.
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  9. bleedinbrown58

    bleedinbrown58 mouth breathers...everywhere

    Do you get at least 3.5 hours and do they send you home by senority?
  10. BigUnionGuy

    BigUnionGuy Got the T-Shirt

    You should be allowed to complete your "scheduled" work.

    Are the drivers working before their (posted) scheduled start time ?

    And, are these drivers "qualified".... in 2 different job classifications ?

  11. By The Book

    By The Book Well-Known Member

    As long as the drivers who are loading out are on the clock, there's not much you can do. If you have a 3.5 hour guarantee...if you have seniority you should request that. You will need to work the 3.5 hours though, you can't leave and expect to be paid the difference. You should call your business agent and explain to him/her what your concerns are. They may be hiring out of order.
  12. Pre-Load Mule

    Pre-Load Mule New Member

    We get our 3.5 and whenever the drivers get to their trucks they send us home.
  13. Pre-Load Mule

    Pre-Load Mule New Member

    They do not start until their start time. I am not sure what you mean by two different job classifications.

    I just think it's bs that they send us home before we finish our assigned work due to their negligence. Guess that's management for ya.
  14. Pre-Load Mule

    Pre-Load Mule New Member

    I would call but the union at my hub is so weak and no one does anything
  15. By The Book

    By The Book Well-Known Member

    It's up to you to pursue the issue....if there's an issue. If you aren't getting your daily guarantee you need to request it. If you are, you need to work with your local to see if your concerns are a violation of your contract. Don't be the weak link just because you think the representation at your hub is weak. You need to follow through so you know you did all you could.
  16. SoCalUPS

    SoCalUPS Active Member

    Start attending your union meetings and and speak to your Local leaders. Unfortunately the wheel of democracy is slow. If you want changes, it is a lot of hard work. But it can happen
  17. Indecisi0n

    Indecisi0n Well-Known Member

    I wish they tell me to come back to the building before all my packages were delivered for the night.
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  18. Dr.Brownz

    Dr.Brownz Well-Known Member

    Slow down and get all your preload brethren to do the same. Be safe and don't kill yourself trying to do the work of 2 people when you know there should be more workers on the line. :censored2: UPS it is their problem. They don't want worker input so don't worry about fixing their problems, just do the best you can without compromising your long and short term health
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  19. scooby0048

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    Someone kick me in the nuts, just so I can be sure I'm not hallucinating reading this thread.
  20. BrownTexas

    BrownTexas Well-Known Member

    I get it. We have this problem at my center as well. Drivers show up and are working for free. They send preloaders home because "why pay someone to do the job when someone else is doing it for free." Makes their numbers look good. The guy making $35 is screwing the guy that makes $13 out of his money.