Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by BrownTexas, Sep 15, 2014.
Thread title says it all. Dishonesty for doing something a supervisor has told me to do before.
Wow...that sucks. Can you prove that he told you to do it before?
Make the most of it----at least you know your are going back------right? Lesson learned---NEVER trust the other side--NEVER.
Ouch, goes to show everyone that you should work according to the methods, and let management explain in grievance hearing why they want you to work the other way. It also puts it on record that they want you to work that way. I bet, however, that it would never go that far.
I remember my first day driving as an air driver, my sup told me I could sheet packages before the commit time and then deliver them after. A year ago or so they started giving people unpaid vacations for that. I wasn't lucky enough to get one.
A sup will never put anything like that in writing. So always ask them to do so and they can do nothing to you for not following those (verbal) instructions.
What exactly was the cardinal sin here ???
Business signed before all packages were scanned. Then left. Stop complete got accidentally pressed. Scanned remaining packages and put POS instead of getting a second signature.
Was told during a ride out. So hopefully some digging will prove it.
what is pos ??
Proof of signature. Since I had already told then their total count just happen to mess up on the diad.
so did you flag the sig after you left ??
Flag the sig?
I'm having trouble following.
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Did you inform sup of the diad mess up when it happened or did they approach you about it? Are you fired or just suspended...if u don't mind me asking...
sign customers name for other pkgs found
Are they saying you were padding your stop count? Did you dup that second stop? Do you run bonus?
That sucks. you make a mistake,and they want your head on a stick?
So, a sup told you to enter "Pos" in the signature field? Has this sup told others this as well? If so, you have a nice case for an attorney.
We once had a sup who was telling new drivers that they didn't have to get signatures, they could just write "on file" because ups had all our customers signatures on file. He no longer works here.
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