PT worker, rules on hours?

Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by VaBamaBoy12, Mar 10, 2016.

  1. VaBamaBoy12

    VaBamaBoy12 New Member

    Is there a minimum amount of hours needed to work in order to satisfy any hr/union rules? Does anyone have a set work schedule that does not work 5 days/week? I have another FT job that sometimes has an alternating schedule. Looking to get some info on only working 3 to 4 days but don't wont to take away from any union responsibilities or ask to many salaried employees at my hub because before you know the whole damn hub knows your business.

    Thank you
  2. UpstateNYUPSer

    UpstateNYUPSer Very proud grandfather.

    UPS is one of the few PT jobs where you have to work 5 consecutive days a week.
  3. Luke Thighrocker

    Luke Thighrocker Active Member

    Is your "opinion" based solely upon your own PT experience?
  4. McGee

    McGee Well-Known Member

    @RonBurgandy?????????? Is that you??

    :oops: sorry man...
  5. Luke Thighrocker

    Luke Thighrocker Active Member

  6. McGee

    McGee Well-Known Member

    Oh its just having fun, nothing at all mean meant by it.
  7. B-rad-from-Malabo

    B-rad-from-Malabo New Member

    Depending on what u want but As a part timer; minim 350 hr/year. U won't get paid for all your vacation but still receive all time off. U will also only get 25% of your pention.
  8. B-rad-from-Malabo

    B-rad-from-Malabo New Member

    Also u only have to work 1 day a week to get Heath insurance so the rest u can have off if they give it to u.
  9. Clock Sucker

    Clock Sucker I handle a lot of packages

    In my region PT has to work I believe 18 hours a week to keep their insurance...
  10. PT Car Washer

    PT Car Washer Well-Known Member

    Or show up once a week and go home when the hub is fully staffed to keep your health insurance. Kind of hard to work a minimum of 750 hours a year for PT pension when you do this.
  11. B-rad-from-Malabo

    B-rad-from-Malabo New Member

    Not here u only need to clock in for 1 day to receive insurance. 1hr or 5hr doesn't matter. Theirs nothing in hand book. I am on air side so don't have a minim hr a have to make. Where u might have one but if u can try to see if u can request off 4 days/week. I think u can depending on your seniority.
  12. upschuck

    upschuck Well-Known Member

    That would be a full 5 day week in most places.
  13. bleedinbrown58

    bleedinbrown58 mouth breathers...everywhere

    We're only guaranteed 17.5 hrs a week (yes we always work more) so I don't think that's correct. Here it's one punch a week.