Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by ikushiikushi, Dec 17, 2015.
Is it really that serious if I don't get credit for pickups?
Scheduled pickups give your numbers a huge chunk of time. Having them may help decrease how many packages you take out.
Did UPS short your check?
As long as they get your paycheck right. That's all that matters.
Last week they did. But I have to start writing my hours down.
It was special clients pickups? Anyway sup had called and asked my why I didn't scan them
Special accounts I think is what it is called. Sup must be bored to nit pick about it.
From EDD screen, hit Splcts, scan packages, big arrow up to exit the tracking numbers screen, type the number of packages you just scanned under the Add field the cursor is already defaulted to, big arrow up again to return to EDD. Keep rolling.
You don't get credit for specials. Like ARS's. scan em in but get no credit. Sorry.
And nothing for scanning these Specials either
Okay I really don't care about the credit part just want to make sure I won't get I trouble for it or a messed up pay check. As I do let some checks slide because I'm not the grievance type of person
No, but save that for when they start harassing you about your numbers come January
Even if you do not pick up anything, make sure the PU stop is in the board.
Some shippers are anal about that stuff. They want to see a record of where there box went
That way they can put more on you and keep the plan low.
Mgmt does crap like this all the time to change the planned day.
Yup. That 2 minute pickup is why you were 2 hours over.
What are you referring to? And whoever agreed with you is oblivious also.
Nowhere did the OP state 1 pickup or 2 minutes. I'm referring to time standards in general and how they manipulate them...so the OP can be aware.
Maybe the OP had 10 different pups he didn't scan, who knows.
And I'm not 2 hrs over....lol.
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