Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by wooferjay, Aug 20, 2015.
Could anyone please explain how exactly a 9.5 violation is paid?
You need to file a grievance. They just don't hand you money.
And it's hours worked, not what you are dispatched.
The grievance is file and they've violated the 2 day rule. Third day and they allowed me to go past 9.5. I wrote the grievance for penalty. How long does it take to see that money and what is the amount dependent on?
Depends on how strong your local is. Some they have automatically paid out some the company has dragged out as long as possible. Pay is based on amount of hours over 9.5
Sheesh ok. Our local is sorta weak down south.
We have a strong local but I went through Hell to get it. Now it's no longer an issue.
It's up to you to fight for it. Don't give an inch irregardless of a weak local. Fight for your rights.
I went all the way up to the Harassment hotline. Fun times but I didn't back down.
Thanks. It's just hard when your teamster Brothers aren't really united as one. It's like every man for himself here.
They don't like to give up money ,but if you keep pushing you'll get it. Took me two years for me to get my money but I got it
It's got to start somewhere. Why not with you
2 years!! Wooow! I'll start a fightin hard.
It should be based on dispatch, not hours worked.
I disagree. Why should it be based upon flawed numbers that change at their whim?
Why should it reward milkers?
I'm surely not a milker. I do my job and do it well. That seems to be the problem. Seems like the better ya are, the more they give you. Ridiculous.
It doesn't. They can do on area observations to nail a milker. How are we able to check what they base a dispatch on?
Just do your job by the methods they teach and they can't touch you. The 9.5 language if you fight for it allow you to touch them where it hurts. Their wallets
Clearly you've never gotten on the list. Anyone who does gets watched daily and rode with. You haven't a clue. In my eyes a nine five driver, the hardest working most honest people we have in the company.
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