Discussion in 'UPS Union Issues' started by BrownMonk, Aug 23, 2019.
Hoffa's bank account?
If they can only hire 22.4 based on percentage, how are they hiring only 22.4 and not replace RPCD positions?
If they don't get people to bid, won't they just go to the outside?
How else will they get the percentage? Not sure what you’re asking.
According to...."elected officials". Lol.
I was being sarcastic
Apparently I pulled the wool over your eyes...
We have a signup list. Been up for a couple of weeks or more. No one has signed up that I know of....
We can't even get to the 22.4 list because we can't find enough rpcds. Can't wait to see the show coming our way at peak.
Our first small batch of 22.4's have been working 14 hours a day. Lol!
Ridiculous simply ridiculous
That can’t be... I’m told all of the time about the line of people waiting to take my job.
People don’t want to work 12 hour days and weekends for less pay? I’m shocked.
Look at all the new post's in UPS Discussions.
"Do I have to be able to drive a stick ? Can I only work 2 days a week ?
I'm brand new, and they are mean to me. I got fired.... need some help."
They want to work less.... and are willing to give up negotiated benefits.
I still maintain.... its a member problem and not the Union leadership.
What other divisions in the Teamsters, do you hear this malarkey ?
I never said this was a union problem (although working. Premium days with no OT protections should come at a premium not a discount) the union has nothing to do with all of the off street people that don’t want this job either.
We also need to keep in mind the union is there to collectively bargain in the members best interests and best they can fulfill their wants.
It was very clear after 22.4 proposal leaked that this was not something the membership wanted but it was forced through anyway
A Saturday or Sunday, is not a "premium" day.
Unless.... it's a 6th or 7th punch.
If I would work a Sunday here it would be double time for me.
They did.... based on the information received from the Local contract proposal
meetings. It's well established, what the proposals were.
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