Benefits eligibility after different classifications

Discussion in 'UPS Union Issues' started by josh kramer, May 17, 2019.

  1. Driving4fun

    Driving4fun New Member

    i work in the Chesapeake district (Philadelphia area). When am I eligable for benefits? I was a casual package driver working about 50 hours a week November and december of 2018. I was let go in January 2019. Rehired on preload late February of 2019 working about 25 hours a week. On May 9th I switched classification to combo air/inside and now work 35-40 hours a week. 2 questions. How does all this movement of classification affect benefits eligibility, as far as time until I’m eligable? Also, am I considered full time? And/or will I get full time benefits?
    Thanx
     
  2. 542thruNthru

    542thruNthru Well-Known Member

    9 months from Feb 2019.
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  3. BigBrown87

    BigBrown87 If it’s brown, it’s going down

    Should ask @BestSupEver he is from Chesapeake district and can tell you about his keto diet as well.
     
  4. Shift 2

    Shift 2 Member

    I hope he sees this I have a lot of questions about the keto diet lol
     
  5. Shift 2

    Shift 2 Member

    @BestSupEver
     
  6. Lakers2020

    Lakers2020 New Member

    Hello I’m new this forum and recently had an interview for package Delivery Driver in my area. Passed interview, road test, waiting on background check now. When I initially applied it was for temporary-seasonal driver. Now when I look at my application it now says Casual package driver. Can someone please elaborate? I’m confused on the clarifications
     
  7. Sweeper

    Sweeper I need a bigger broom

    Here a seasonal temporary driver and a casual driver are the same thing. At least they were before 22.4 drivers. Different parts of the country/world are different though. Are you currently a part time employee or are you being hired off the street? Without disclosing your specific area. Do you know what teamster supplement/rider your area is covered under?
     
  8. Lakers2020

    Lakers2020 New Member

    I was hired off the streets, I was a seasonal driver helper back in 2016. I think the local 177 if I’m not mistaken