Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Jordan8021, Aug 28, 2015.
For pt does senority gives you right to leave early or stay longer?
Depends on your supplement. In the Southern it does.
Time off is awarded in Seniority order.
In my experience, you are given the opportunity to stay for the shift longer based on senority. I.e. a year employee will be told you're good to go before a five year employee is. Oppositely, however, you're able to get off the clock faster if that is your desire.
Oh you're a special one aren't you?
Yep depends on your supplement. Here as my BA says.
"Seniority give you the right to work. It does not give you the right not to work. "
fixed it for you
I must have missed that second quote Cosmo ... did he say that in this thread?
Seniority in my center for PTers, results in them having the ability to leave early from preload.
Trouble is folks don't bother to read their contracts.
...or they read just the part(s) that affect them...
Really, I do the same. A lot of the contract doesn't pertain to me, so I skip over it.
So why did you disagree with my post?
Seniority doesn't give you the right to leave early unless they ask you if you want to go. However they don't have to ask you they can just send the lowest guy home. Just like when they lay people off it starts at the bottom they don't ask the the top seniority person if they want to be laid off.
Seniority give you the right to work not not to work...
My center they start from the top and ask if you wanna go home or not and top people can stay longer if they chose too but everyone can get their guarantee no matter what though
Who has disagreed ?
If you choose to go home before your guaranteed than your not entitled to your guaranteed. Your entitled to hrs worked. Why would they send someone home before there guaranteed hours are up but still pay them guaranteed it defeats the purpose of sending someone home as the only reason they send people home early is to save a little money.
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