Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by AttackedHawk34, Jan 9, 2020.
He probably just talks to all his customers.
We have that here also. One route that is next to me has 89 stops and plans 8hrs, I did 180 the other day and went over 3hrs bc it planned 7hrs. I just laugh at their numbers
You have a new Driver.... gunning for "Teamster of the Month".
I don't know...
The fact that he even looks at his over allowed might turn the judges off.
Would your opinion vary.... if I awarded you...
BrownCafe Teamster of the year ?
You do so much, to help our fellow Teamsters.
I applaud your effort.
Thank you, but that award should go to a Steward. They are the ones doing the real work on the front lines and on here. Someone like @zubenelgenubi or @sandwich
I'm just a Teamster with too much time on my hands. Unless this award comes with cash or booze. Then yes I will humbly accept.
Instead of looking at over/under, look at how your actual time compared. On a day with the similar stop/piece count and areas, what time does the regular driver get in (adjusting for differences in breaks)? If hours worked are about equal, and over/under is an hour off, that should tell you all you need to know about their fantasyland numbers.
And he is also screwing himself out of a couple hundred dollars of overtime...
Has it been determined if he is or is not in a bonus center?
“Put money in thy purse”
If it is a bonus center that pays bonus at straight time then it should be called a penalty center. That’s much more accurate.
Im on break now nope its not a bonus center
Well i got back at 730 i guess it should've been more like 930?
Sounds like it
em, they don’t come take stops off me. You keep doing the good work and make sure you go to help your neighbor.
Thats a 13hr dsy
There a lot of money
This is a big problem with bonus centers. Management can tweak the numbers for their favorites. Then change them when someone else gets that route.
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