Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by BucsGuy, Aug 31, 2019.
tbats a lot of stops
Look on the bright side, if you’re top rate that’s a $600 day (assuming you put in 13 hours, at $38.75/hr). It’s a lot of stops but gotttdayum you’re hauling in the cash.
Naw, we're worth it. Guess what happens when the employees make less money. They have less to spend, and the market shrinks.
Plus, ups pays the pension fund for our pensions, not us. We may eventually see a benefit from that, but It's not like we're making that money. And we only benefit from the health plan by going to the doctor. I guarantee you most of us don't see $1600 a month in benefit from that. I tell you what, pay all that money directly to me and I'll be out of your hair in, like two years, max.
I Make in a month what you make in a year.
I am retired and collect more in Pension and Social Security checks than you make in a year.
It’s also no where near $77 an hour.
We do not get paid $40 an hour in benefits lol
Yeah I was scratching my head at that one. A real ORS would know this.
Based on 40 hrs per week, it's more like $15 an hr.
I’m kind of disappointed no one pointed it out before me.
No one takes him/her seriously. So not many want to waste the energy.
I was in a hurry. She doesn't know how much we make, I just took for granted that people would pick up on that and see that the amount was inflated.
Excuses is all I hear lol
Rememer the FAMAS guy? Bet it's him under a new name.
No. I have no idea who you're talking about.
But you remember everyone
I have no idea what you're talking about...
Ah yes. Mr. Angry
My training route exactly the same plus 8 pickups at 6pm and it hasn’t been any easier with having a brand new loader everyday .
And what I saw this week shows that they are also pushing anybody through who can fog a mirror with their breath.
Look, I Despise Integrad but I also am not comfortable with the bar being lowered with nothing else to make up for it before people hit the real roadways. I've already heard enough stories of people getting hit in their qualifying period these past few months, we have a ton of damaged vehicles. The seasonal help, trusted to drive around rental vehicles, is going to be worse.
And Fedex, Amazon, every single app company are in the same boat. Their business models allows them to cover up accidents to an extent by pigeonholing the information down to their subcontractors.
They ain't doing that here, yet. Instead they just can't hire anyone.
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