Supervisors Retiring in 2010

Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Six Sides, Apr 11, 2010.

  1. Six Sides

    Six Sides Member

    I do not know of any supervisors retiring this year. After being denied the added bonus that all other levels of management received or will be receiving why would they.
     
  2. Monkey Butt

    Monkey Butt You can call me Chappy Staff Member

    If they are looking for an equitable financial compensation as the people who got buyouts, they will need to work until the end of 2011.
    Maybe they have figured that out and are effecting that plan.
     
  3. Six Sides

    Six Sides Member

    It will have to be longer then that to equal a years salary, pro rated MIP for two years, plus their normal pension and benefits.
     
  4. Monkey Butt

    Monkey Butt You can call me Chappy Staff Member


    OK - you figure it out. For me, it was as I stated.
     
  5. Brownup'78

    Brownup'78 New Member

    Did the "The Plan" get to the number of mtgt. people they desired, or will any supervisor be allowed to get the same equitable financial given to upper level mtgt. employees?
     
  6. Mainmast

    Mainmast New Member

    Altough I will not be retiring this year,I am quite confident that there will not be any additional EBO offerings for 2010.
     
  7. brownmonster

    brownmonster Man of Great Wisdom

    If 3 years ago a superviser made the decision to retire in 2010, why should the fact that someone higher up got a buyout this year change that. Supes aren't getting a reduction in pension, are they? Let it go man. 90% of the working world has to work until 65 or longer with no pension.
     
  8. Brownup'78

    Brownup'78 New Member

    If you were in a position to benefit from this EBO, would you "Just let it go man?. ​
     
  9. Blizzard

    Blizzard New Member

    If you're a supervisor you're not in a position to benifit from it.
     
  10. brownmonster

    brownmonster Man of Great Wisdom

    Exactly. The buyout didn't pertain to On Road Supes. Move on.
     
  11. LifeUPSer

    LifeUPSer Life without Parole

    I personally think that this buyout was junk. THe first page of it was a seperation for waiting to be signed. THe rest of it was basically a years salary and they weren't going to get to keep the benefits. That is why we didn't have that many people take it. As far as it going down to the supervisors I don't see a buy out coming to them. What I do see is that we have a job in BFE for you to take, Oh What you don't want that job?, Please sign this seperation for then. Thanks and have a nice day.
     
  12. Monkey Butt

    Monkey Butt You can call me Chappy Staff Member

    I think 78's question was in the form of a hypothetical question.
    I don't like hypothetical questions and almost never reply to them so I empathize with your response.
     
  13. Monkey Butt

    Monkey Butt You can call me Chappy Staff Member

    I totally agree if the person was not turning 55 in 2010.
     
  14. mg5

    mg5 New Member

    Just heard something similar to this from a local person who came back from corporate but no details. With all the moves yet to come on the Mgr. & Sup. levels next month
    it will be interesting how things shake out to get to the 1800 number and what happens to next years 54- 55 year old sups and B/D folks who did not get any offers.
    Will they just be told no positions for them?
     
  15. Red Rose Tea

    Red Rose Tea Chihuahuas Rule!

    Does anyone know if they got to the magic 1800 number??/ Wondering how they decided on 1800
     
  16. Six Sides

    Six Sides Member

    It is an ongoing well orchestrated plan, giving a select group a golden parachute along with retirement. May will bring more changes as closed district’s deal with the admins, sups and managers.
     
  17. SWORDFISH

    SWORDFISH New Member

    I believe our district manager took the deal. He just retired. I miss him so much not. Thats the only one I know of though.
     
  18. Brownup'78

    Brownup'78 New Member

    The select group in my district that did not elect to take the buyout ( that will not turn 55 in 2010) by far outnumber the managers who took the offer, I would expect the "powers that be" knew this would happen, it will be interesting to see how this shakes out in the next few days.