Now isn't that cute. Cant justify you picking up ground, so he coins a new level of service.He calls them "Tag-a-long". Has anyone had this problem?
That isn't in the "language" so I guess that warrants an"07" code in the diad. The problem we have around here is people puting packages on top of and beside the drop box because they won't fit. Air and ground packages. My favorite is when they jam a package in there and it gets stuck. It usually takes 3 days to a week before it is fixed.over9five said:How about ground internet packages dropped at a letter box?
And that shows how diverse it is from middle to east Tennessee, where almost 100% of the ARS's are left at the UPS stores. In the last several years, I can count on one hand the ones left at drop boxes, and I used to pick up 4 each day.Usually those are dropped in the drop boxes. Occasionally the UPS Store
It does count. Its called past practice. And if you won before, you will win again. And if the BA does not stand up for you on this, then IMHO you should have a financial recourse that the union should have to pay you for.Three years ago I went through this same problem and won the grievance and was paid the ground rate until this new labor manager. Why don't past won grievances count
and since the website says to drop them off there, that means that UPS is planning the drop off of ground packages there. That they are not just the "tag alongs" like they are dreaming about.I went to the UPS site and it encourages customers to use the drop boxes as a drop off location for ground packages