employee going into marines

Discussion in 'UPS Union Issues' started by cachmeifucan, Jul 14, 2018.

  1. cachmeifucan

    cachmeifucan Well-Known Member

    I met a employee that is about to quit to go to marines. Ohhrah. I told him that there is a way to keep his job I'm just not sure how he talked to hr they giving him the run around. Can someone please help
     
  2. Indecisi0n

    Indecisi0n Well-Known Member

    Is he fit?
     
  3. cachmeifucan

    cachmeifucan Well-Known Member

    Yes he is he wants to serve his country. He looks like he just got out the military. He will definitely make it through basic training. The proudest I ever been a American was at San Diego to watch my brother in law graduate at camp pendleton. Makes me feel guilty I never served. I know it's got to be a form he has to fill out in order to keep his job senority and raises and be eligible to be vested in 5 years to pt pension
     
  4. retiredTxfeeder

    retiredTxfeeder cap'n crunch

    My son worked PT for several years since he was in high school. He went into the navy, served 4 years. Came back and went back to ups. His seniority carried right through his military service, and he even got the back raises. If I remember correctly, he had to fight to get it all lined out. He had to get the union involved, but they finally fixed it. You have to leave on good terms. as well.
     
  5. No. He's hung though!
     
  6. Indecisi0n

    Indecisi0n Well-Known Member

    [​IMG]
     
  7. cachmeifucan

    cachmeifucan Well-Known Member

    Thanks I know of a couple cases like this just not sure what form to get before he goes to boot camp. But your son should of got vested in pt pension unless he went sup they do it for both
     
  8. cachmeifucan

    cachmeifucan Well-Known Member

     
  9. BigUnionGuy

    BigUnionGuy Got the T-Shirt


    He doesn't need to quit. Article 15 of the NMUPSA.


    http://teamster.org/sites/teamster.org/files/6161478090_master_final.pdf


    The new National Master Agreement....

    Expands the rights of Military members and their families.
     
  10. cachmeifucan

    cachmeifucan Well-Known Member

    Please don't comment if it's not related to issue I put this in this forum because more know it alls here. He is leaving for training soon mfers
     
  11. cachmeifucan

    cachmeifucan Well-Known Member

    Thanks BUG you are definitely on your game thanks I will look it up now I had a feeling you were the person that would give a definite answer now my next question is because he is 705 separate from National will that matter I'm about to look now
     
  12. Benben

    Benben Working on a new degree, Masters in BS Detecting!

    Active duty or reserves? They have to allow you time off for the Reserves or National guard that is the law. The company will not put up any road blocks to his keeping his job at UPS!
     
  13. oldngray

    oldngray nowhere special

    Remember to get a withdrawal card from the union.
     
  14. Jackburton

    Jackburton Gone Fish'n

    Simmer down there.
     
  15. cachmeifucan

    cachmeifucan Well-Known Member

    Never that
     
  16. trickpony1

    trickpony1 Well-Known Member

    If he doesn't get a withdrawal card from the union he will have to pay initiation fees all over again when he comes back.

    Tell him this Veteran thanks him for his service and to get a freaking withdrawal card.
     
  17. browneyes31

    browneyes31 New Member

    You can join ups , then go Active duty for up to five years and Ups has to keep your job available to you when you come back . Also you get to keep you seniority and you still accumulate your pay raises in the time you We’re out.
     
  18. cachmeifucan

    cachmeifucan Well-Known Member

    Yeah catch is they have to work for 1 year I think I read
     
  19. browneyes31

    browneyes31 New Member

    Yeah I had a buddy in my start group that did like a year and a half then went Active for 4 years and then came back making top pay .