Full time

Discussion in 'UPS Union Issues' started by upswonder, Feb 10, 2009.

  1. upswonder

    upswonder New Member

    I was wondering if you are a full time laid off driver do I still get my eight hours and can I get eight strait.
  2. UPSGUY72

    UPSGUY72 Well-Known Member

    You need to check your local Supplemental Agreement. It will tell you.
  3. Billy

    Billy New Member

    my building ( 4 centers ) laid off 10 drivers 2 weeks ago. They were all hired during the holiday. They were given 4 hour loading and 4 hour unloading at their driver rate of pay. Sure it's a split shift, but at least they're still around.
  4. backinbrown

    backinbrown respect my authority

    If you are through progression and have 4 years in with company you get drivers pay and should get 8 hours i think contract says 8 straight
  5. UPS44GAL

    UPS44GAL New Member

    at our ctr they r making the drivers split shift between preload and local sort
  6. UPS44GAL

    UPS44GAL New Member

    our drivers are given the option to go home and take opt days so it will not come to anyone getting laid off hopefully..but we did cut 4 rts yesterday
  7. Overpaid Union Thug

    Overpaid Union Thug Well-Known Member

    Same here but taking option days (for those that have them) is an option. Most drivers are just taking voluntary layoffs here and there.
  8. Fullhouse

    Fullhouse Member

    Atlantic Area Supplement- Bottom two seniority drivers are guaranteed 8 hours a day of which may or may not be continuous. The rest of the laid off drivers have to be laid off 1 day before they can bump part timers. They must have seniority over the part timer.
  9. Braveheart

    Braveheart New Member

    8 hours but will be split at our hub. 1st week is driver pay after that part time pay based on number of years with company and whatever normal raises you would have received.

    At least you keep medical, pension, etc etc.

    Remember all employees must report and be paid for 156 reports to get next years vacation. Also you need 156 at full time pay to get full time for next year so work those split shifts.

    New pension also requires higher hours worked to get the big pension they brag about. So a guy who misses too much work will get short end of the stick at retirement. Work those shifts!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!