August 1st raises?...who gets what?

Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by brownboss, Jul 29, 2007.

  1. brownboss

    brownboss Brownblood

    So im wanting to know if were all getting raises on the 1st of Aug?..we are in our hub here so i assume evreyone elese is also.. but of course theres going to be many diffrerent wage increases for many different question is does anyone here know what there getting?...according to the contract (orso im told) anyone that started before 2002 is getting a $ senority date is seems to be the talk on the town in our hub everyones curious and askin every manager and of course there all playin dumb or r dumb one bc they say they dont know
  2. over9five

    over9five Moderator Staff Member

    Why not just look in your contract book?
  3. HazMatMan

    HazMatMan New Member

    Your seniority date is Dec99 and you don't know August 1st is when you get your raise or how much you are getting???? Ask a Steward or Business Agent!!! (Or look in your contract book) The Managers are not playing dumb (this time) they probably really don't know what you are getting..
  4. HazMatMan

    HazMatMan New Member

    I always know how much I am getting for a raise on August 1st, always figure out how much more i'll be making-
    1)per hour
    2)per week
    3)in overtime
  5. 705red

    705red Browncafe Steward

    P-timers who reached seniority as of aug 1st in 02 will receive $1.20 and ftimers that have gone through wage progression will receive $1 an hour.
  6. fedxsux

    fedxsux Member

    In N Cali. We get $1.00 to $28.47
  7. hondo

    hondo promoted to mediocrity

    What about part-timers hired on under current contract (raises on anniversary of seniority date not Aug 1)? My B.A. made reference to a healthy raise at contract time, but it was an aside to the conversation we were having and I didn't have time to ask her to elaborate. Anyone have any ideas what's coming for us? The current contract shows $.50 @ 1,2,3 years and $.75 @ 4 years-no mention of anything beyond that. Maybe forced retirement?:ohmy: :wink:
  8. 705red

    705red Browncafe Steward

    Hondo, contract time wont be until next aug1. On the national level no word on money and on a local level we have not even sat down with the company yet!
  9. 1989

    1989 Well-Known Member

    That's what I call overpaid:lol:
  10. hondo

    hondo promoted to mediocrity

    :blush:HAHAHAHA Major brain cramp!:blushing:Man oh man are the years running together! I've got a much more important issue to bring up, but I'm also curious about how seniority & wage progression will be handled because I really need to quit the building/shift I'm in now and apply to a different building/different shift. As it is now the $ I'd lose in wages would be offset by savings elsewhere. And like Steve said, I expected we'd have to wait for at least an *agreed to in principle* NMA before it's Chicago's turn.
  11. brownboss

    brownboss Brownblood

    so $1.20...thanx answered my question unlike everyone else....go look in the contract blah blah blah...hey that contract has alot of the answers alot of us our lookin 4....we still ask questions on this site
  12. blue efficacy

    blue efficacy Active Member

    After you reach $12.25 you've completed the PT progression and are eligible for 8-1 raises. That's how it goes around here anyway. I know a guy who reached seniority right after 8-1-02, was :censored2: for years that he barely missed out. Then last year he got two raises because his hire date was before august 1st, got 4 year raise and august 1st raise a month or so later
  13. mr moshman

    mr moshman New Member

    Also "red line" Part timers who were hired pre-1982 do not get additional .20 only $1.00.

    Is any area of the country getting a cost of livimg adjustment like we got last year?
  14. Cementups

    Cementups Box Monkey

    I as wondering the same thing about cost of living raise? Guess we'll have to wait until next Friday morning to find out.
  15. Other

    Other Guest

    My Vacation check for this week (which I received last week) has an additional, unexplained $0.11 raise on it. I assume this maybe a COLA rasie. I'm in the SE region, hhas anyone else seen anything similiar?
  16. preloader

    preloader Bleeding Brown from ears

    Maybe your center manager has noted your incredible work ethic and decided to abide by the contract that your current pay rate was mearly a minimum and chose to give you the additional bump as one with a heart might.


    it could be a screw up which they will be happy to fix soon enough
  17. hoser

    hoser Industrial Slob

    yeah... in canaduh we're getting $0.30 raises
  18. Joopster

    Joopster Boxline Sorter

    You live in Canada? If this is true, it explains everything.
  19. Joopster

    Joopster Boxline Sorter

  20. Cementups

    Cementups Box Monkey

    Our raise was $1.00 with no cost of living. A friend told me that COL was only given every 3 years.