Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Mr Shifter, Feb 2, 2014.
Money in the bank.
What Feb. 1st raise? The only split raises in the yet-to-be-ratified contract are in the final year.
Final 2 years
Are you sure?
By splitting the next to last raise it will actually be less of a raise than the previous years raise.
Wouldn't that make it a Lower?
Huh? I'm not sure on the raises but lets say year 3 is 70 and year 4 is 80. By splitting the 80 cent raise it will actually cost the company less over a year than giving a full 70 cent raise.
It's only one year that they will get off cheaper for but they will get off cheaper that one year.
It was a joke.
Our raise were split this entire past contract. And since it's expired I'm curious as how one is expected?
Gotcha. I really didn't care for our raises being split up last contract. At the same time it sure was nice getting a raise every six months.
More like getting half a raise every 6 months.
No raise this Feb 1st.
1, 2013 will receive the following general wage increases for each contract year. In the first three (3) years of the contract, the increase will be effective on August 1st. In 2016 and 2017 each of the years, the increase shall be paid in two (2) equal install- ments. The first half of the increase shall become effective on August 1 of the specified year. The second half of the increase shall become effective on February 1 of the following calendar year. The total wage increase for each year will be as follows:
2008 seventy cents ($0.70)
2009 seventy-five cents ($0.75)
2010 seventy-five cents ($0.75)
2011 eighty-five cents ($0.85)
2012 ninety-five cents ($0.95)
2013 seventy cents ($0.70)
2014 seventy cents ($0.70)
2015 seventy cents ($0.70)
2016 eighty cents ($0.80)
2017 one dollar ($1.00)
Separate names with a comma.