Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Willie C, Nov 12, 2019.
Just reading this is scaring me.
Dayum...i kno that feeling. So easy to go hone n k.o. after 8 to 11 hours of preload and then ur driver says he doesnt need you that day
You would not be used as a helper after having worked 8 to 11 hours on the preload.
There is absolutely no way they are going to put a kid who just worked 11 hours on road as a helper. No way in hell!
desperate times call for desperate measures
if they need a helper bad enough and he agrees why not
Cuz you need that kid to hang in there for the next 4 weeks.
I have to give my former center manager credit-----he made certain that we did not burn out our inside helpers.
Wrong again. I saw it happen.
We do it. ::shrug:: They are capped at 12 hours for the day, but if they want to go out for a few hours after a midnight to 9-10am pre-load, why shouldn't they be able to? Isn't like they are being forced...
I'm preload and put in 88 hours on a particular week last year.
7 * 12 = 84
I call BS.
Has happened quite a bit in my center. Generally they didnt work preload much more than 8 and were done as an helper in under four hours.
Maybe start a thread "dave's story time?"
Those interested could read about the days when he worked here, and others can just skip the thread.
Lol. It was really 87.xx, almost 88 hours. And 12 hour limit doesn't exist here. Double 8 hour shifts dude. In 6 days too.
With all due respect, you are full of crap.
That's ok.I might still have my pay stub.
Respect. I've done some crazy hours, but that's a good paycheck right there.
Just make sure you're being safe.
Do you honestly have any reason to disbelieve him?
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