I've gotta get this off of my chest lol. Every driver just stands there like they're about to whoop my ass when it's about 90% done. There's absolutely nothing I can do in my power to speed up the flow or alter the rules of space, and time. I kind of find it hilarious that every driver seems to...
Hi there, this is my first time on BrownCafe, so I'm sorry if this post looks rough. I'm in my early 20's and I live and work for UPS in Illinois. Rumor has it that my facility will be having some package car opportunities heading into the holiday season, I really want to pursue a driving career...
Just finished driver training school. Starting work Monday, driving
First 2 days are drive along or something?
Should I take a back pack with snacks and water??
Anything else anyone give me the heads up on ?
So today at PCM our Center Manager said he had a surprise for us. About 30 seconds later about 15 guys dressed in browns walked into where we were standing at PCM and our center manager said these new guys are the new 22.4 drivers and they will be treated with the utmost respect and if anything other than...
I work for a medical office that sends specimens for cancer screening to a pathology lab using UPS. My issue is the box was put into a UPS drop box in Denver, CO without a label and is now MIA. As I'm sure you can imagine, it is incredibly important that we find these specimens...
im in a position to buy some land in Nevada County. I’m in the motion of transferring up north from San Francisco to the Grass Valley hub. Just wondering if any drivers from the area are on BC and have any insight on needing drivers up there. Thanks in advance for any info
So heard the deal. I’m a sorter I’ve been with the company since last October got my seniority in January. I’ve noticed that a lot of the people I work with drive some days and then work as a sorter some days. What is up with that? And how to I go about doing that? I’m still pretty new to this...
I’m a full time package driver but the lowest in seniority and work has slowed down so there are no routes for me.. I’ve been working both preload and sort to get my 8.. we have 2 part time air routes every day and I’m being told I can’t take either one because it’s strictly for air drivers...
full time package driver
ups center manager
It would be great if IE had to run routes when the strike comes to fully appreciate their planning.Ill wave when you come in about 10 pm and watch your faces when you arrive the next morning to do it again.
I'm in a heavy metropolitan hub.
Theres word here from multiple drivers from different hubs that their Saturday Ground operation is coming to an end. Not profitable and company is losing money.
Also, those buildings and even buildings still with Saturday Ground are bringing back Saturday Air...
Long story short.
Driver A and Driver B are both Tues-Saturday drivers. However Driver B has a side deal worked out with management that he comes in every Monday to help and takes another day off of the week, sometimes being Saturday due to him running out of hours. Driver A has more seniority...
Anyone hear anything from the 4 year progression changing in the new contract ? I heard it’s going down to a 3 yr or up to 5-6
I’m 1 year into driving. So if it went down to a 3 year would i fall into that or stay at the 4 year
Okay this is my fourth week at the united parcel service. I'm pretty exhausted after an hour or two and I was wondering if you guys recommend having a monster/redbull/5 hour energy etc?
I usually don't eat before my preload shift so I can see that being a problem. I'm a pretty big guy at 250lbs...
UPS told the Union during contact negotiations that excessive overtime was not a problem.
UPS claimed their internal polling indicated less than 1/5 of drivers think their dispatch is too high.
Do you agree?
So Thursday morning wifey says we need some mosquito tablets to put in her
garden rain barrels. Kills the larva before they can grow. Go on Amazon, $21.
But free shipping on orders over $25. So I buy some mousetraps, hey never
have too many mousetraps when you live in the woods, to bump it up to...