Discussion in 'UPS Union Issues' started by Wyoming, Oct 21, 2019.
Um, supervisor are not allowed to send union workers home then finish the work left
Interestingly enough, happens daily in my hub. Just reviewed the contract (the master - not sure of the one specific for my region)....seems like a conversation with the steward in my building is in order. I'm curious to know what his thoughts are on the subject.
@IVE GOTTA PACKAGE 4U help this person out
Would you happen to have access / the ability to find and send me any riders, supplements, etc for my region? I can't gain access to the local teamsters site - I've applied, but seems they aren't processing submissions. I'm in Pennsylvania.
@542thruNthru can help you
Appreciate it. Thank you.
UPS and UPS Freight Agreements, 2018 – 2023
What local are you?
Here ya go!
Thank you kindly!
Don't go grieving all the articles, now.
Lol not sure grieving is a good idea at all. I'm sure there is a reason things are the way they are.....just trying to understand how things "should" be, how they "are", and the reality of why. I'm not one to rock the boat, but I do like to know the lay of the land, so to speak.
You have to pick your battles that for sure but...
This is why people who have been hanging around forty years (supposedly) are really.... out of touch. It is cute how you defend the union so vehemently. There once was a time that they looked out for the membership. Unfortunately, times have changed.
Yup- goes on everywhere. The big talkers will say no but it most certainly does. UPS has the upper hand.
Nobody is arguing that supervisors' favorite hobby is union work.
However, people can and *do* file and win on that kind of stuff.
I'm not even in a particularly strong local, and that's the case.
Glad for you.
Which Local and city?
Time to print out our Letter of Understanding for Peak Helpers and pass out to the part-timers again. They really appreciated it last time. Drivers were saying how they kept asking them questions about the language in it.
Separate names with a comma.