You can’t drive after you’ve been punched in for 14 hours. If you punch in at 8:30, you have to stop driving at 10:30, regardless of lunch or other breaks. Even if you worked inside for your whole shift. You got to know this stuff, buddy.
I worked 14.03 including my lunch I worked inside for 2.08 hours
And was on route for 11.92 including lunch I take and hour lunch
I was brought into office and received a warning letting is this accurate?
For the 14hr and 10 off?
Also need to know what time you started the next day. I'm guessing the full 10 off is where you screwed up.This is confusing: did you work 13.03 hours on the clock or 14.03? Even if the latter, seems likely you were inside the building those last 2 minutes, e.g., not driving off-property. Find your steward.
Here If I'm over 14 hours the next day is optional as by law I need 10 hours off-duty before I can report for duty again yet ups is not allowed to change my start time on a day-to-day basis, got a couple of days off like this.Nope... need 10 hours off between shifts to be able to drive.
I am a package car driver/split driver.Are you a management, Union, or non-Union hourly?
Your violation was for not being clocked off 10 hours before punching back in and driving. That part of the warning letter is justified.I am a package car driver/split driver.
They ask in my center by seniority order to volunteer to cover DCAP and the route of the driver that had transfer to feeders but he is in the 30 transfer days.
Because it was tues-sat no seniors guys wanted so it came down to me