Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by UPSCAREER, Apr 13, 2012.
How many weeks of vacation do you get and how long did you work for UPS?
26 years 7 weeks
I must say that I get a kick out of your threads.
52 weeks----30 years
Now there is another one of the "best responses ever" on BrownCafe.
18.5 years, 4 weeks
^^^ how have u been there almost 20 years and have 4 weeks I have been here 8 and have 4.
Unless are we counting option weeks yes or no.
Different regional supplement. At 20 years I will get my 5th week along with my week of sick and week of optional.
The OP said "vacation" weeks, not option/sick weeks.
Thirty two days
9 1/2 years: 3 vacation weeks, 1 option week, 4 holidays, 7 sick days
going on 11 years, 3 wks, 5 sick, 3 optional holiday
Wk after Memorial Day
Wk after July 4th
Wk after Labor Day
34yrs 7weeks 2 option days, it should be one week for every five years employed, now that I'm forced to work till 55 for medical benefits.
Beat me to it!
1 year=1 week
2 years=2 weeks
8 years=3 weeks
26 years=5 weeks
25 years, 8 weeks total.
after 15 yrs 1 vacation week can be taken 1 day at a time. optionals can be 1 day at a time or bid the whole week. sick 1 day or can also be bid as a weeks vacation
1yr 1 wk
2yr 2 wks 1 wk sick 1 week personal
9 yr 3 wks
15yr 4 wks
20 yr 5 wks
25 yr 6 wks
I've posted this before but just to add some full to the fire-------I have a friend whos Dad retired from the iron mines. He was getting 17 weeks a year paid vacation at the time. Another friend says his Dad got 12 weeks a year working for the railroad. If you listened to my wife I was the lucky one who had more vacation time off workin for UPS than she did working for the state. My 7 weeks to her 4. One year I kept track of actual paid time off between the 2 of us and she beat me by a long shot when you figured in her vacation time, paid sick days and what the state called comp time (they gave you one and a half times paid hours off for overtime worked. She also could take as little as 15 minutes of paid vacation time if she needed to get off work early.
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