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Discussion in 'UPS Union Issues' started by jeremySt, Jul 9, 2014.

  1. jeremySt

    jeremySt New Member

    Look I only been working for 3 months so far for UPS. I am tired of the redicule and humiliation the supervisors do to me. I load a truck with a very high volume, really to much to handle by myself. I have gotten to the point where I have had it with the harassment coming from supervisors, the threats from them that I have started looking into the union contract and speaking with an agent. For the last 2 days I have enforced my union contract against the supervisors and they are not liking it. Threatening me, not sending me the extra loaders to help anymore, pulling away my help from me. I have sent a huge list of things that has happened the last 2 days and my thoughts about it to my union agent. What else should I do in this situation? I need help. I need result's.
  2. Ouch

    Ouch Well-Known Member

    Play their game and win. Work as instructed, show up for work on time, don't lie, don't steal, and don't fight. File grievances and supplement your income. It's a game they can't win. Work as instructed with a smile and enjoy the extra money. The minute you lose your cool they win.
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  3. brostalss

    brostalss Active Member

    You're still a Newbie. (No offense) You'll find out that at UPS, it's all about the numbers.

    Current higher uppers step over a dime to save a nickel.

    Best advice, do the best job you can and when your Sup yells or threatens you, just say "I'll do my best" and keep at it. Forget the BS and just do your job.

    Good luck
  4. greengrenades

    greengrenades To be the man, you gotta beat the man.

    Like the others said, you will learn the game. After a few years you won't even hear them half of the time. If the union doesn't help there is a 1800 number you can call. I've seen others call it and wraith has been brought down upon supervision. However there is usually backlash. My best advice is just say okay and keep doing what you are doing. Don't get angry and run off at the mouth I have done this and it has gotten me no where except in an office and more yelling. Just say okay and work at your on pace. I have never seen anyone fired for going to slow.
  5. rod

    rod retired and happy

    I've never heard of loading "a" truck. Our loaders always handled more than one---usually 3 and sometimes 4.
  6. Returntosender

    Returntosender Well-Known Member

    ^ one truck loader. A shopping mall route. Not a strip mall a mega mall.
  7. 10 point

    10 point Well-Known Member

    The harder you work, the more work you get.

    Working "by their methods" and at a pace that misloads are under control is easier on your body. The mind control tactics of the supes will quit when they see it's not working.

    File your grievances for over supervising your work and harassment if need be but call the 800# if they raise their voices or get threatening in posture.

    That is workplace violence and they are creating a hostile work environment which is punishable in court.
  8. Brownslave688

    Brownslave688 You want a toe? I can get you a toe.

    Or twilight loading a semi.
  9. jeremySt

    jeremySt New Member

    I have to load 4 "pugs" a night or 2 pugs and a long box. Sorry should of been more precise.
  10. JAcombo63

    JAcombo63 New Member

    No matter what always work as directed unless deemed unsafe. Any time you feel harasses document the time the altercation and any other witnesses present. If it is a true case of harassment the documentation will speak for itself and help you in a grievance hearing and or meeting with a shop steward or ba.
  11. cosmo1

    cosmo1 Now, a low life jack wagon, and still loving it.

    What's a 'pug', other than a small breed of dog?

    Sounds pretty easy loading four small dogs.
  12. Jackburton

    Jackburton Gone Fish'n

    You could put more than four pugs in the back of a pug.
  13. bleedinbrown58

    bleedinbrown58 ahhh....the mouth breathers

    You need to pull your weight. You can't expect help everyday....everyone has their own trucks to load, right? I'm not saying you deserve to be harassed or ridiculed....but you're not contractually entitled to help unless moving overweights. Find your pace and get it done...if they send u help, great.,..otherwise it will just take longer to finish.
  14. PT Car Washer

    PT Car Washer Well-Known Member

    I think we call them pups. 26 ft trailers. That is a lot of work for a new guy. Does everyone load this many. What percentage are you filling them?
  15. Brown echo

    Brown echo If u are not alive than for sure truth is not real

  16. Ron Carey lives on

    Ron Carey lives on Well-Known Member

    There is nothing to add to " ouch's post " it was right on

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  17. Dragon

    Dragon Package Center Manager

    You assume the pups and long box are 100%. I would bet they are not.
  18. Johney

    Johney Well-Known Member

    7:51 a.m.? Shouldn't you be in a staffing meeting trying to figure what runs to cut due to Friday call out's?:teethy:
  19. oldngray

    oldngray nowhere special

    I thought it was time for his Friday conference call where he gets to hear what a fine job he is doing.
  20. Johney

    Johney Well-Known Member

    Could have very well been getting an :censored2: chewing on the call while posting on BC,how cool is that!