Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by MyTripisCut, Nov 30, 2019 at 4:36 PM.
Oh it’s coming ...might even be the 80 hr rule this year!
I’m so thankful all 1 of our 22.4 drivers will save our peak.
My car was half full Saturday with business alone. Closed business Fri and Saturday will be back on the car tomorrow. The hub looked like a whore for Ballard Design and Wayfair with all the left in building pieces. 14 hrs for sure tomorrow. Already planning on it.
No giving this company 1 ounce extra effort this peak. It's time to ring the register boys!!
Heavy commercial routes were already bulked out Saturday..lol
My supes pleading with me to take more stops off the route I helped yesterday doesn't think we were prepared
He was not at the delivery point, which was closed for the day, so this would not have been an option. Not to say how pissed they would have been had he been able to leave 25 boxes of gloves downstairs at the main reception desk.
Told preload 1:15 start time. 3hrs earlier then normal... we’ll see what loads look like in the morning.
We were all told start time is 730am Monday and 9am the rest of the week.
Should be interesting
8am and then ‘they want to push it to 9:20 rest of week’.
Meanwhile local hubs under a different district are being told they can come in as early as 7:30 to help sort/load their truck so they’re not out so late.
for free or while being paid?
thats 11 or 12 for the free world
07:30 - 21:30 tomorrow
Run out of hours early!!
Start time 1 AM.
Amazing how all this crap perfectly coincides with finals week.
When it rains it pours I guess.
Shoulda built a wall I'm the north to keep them storms out
We are a voluntary 745 start tomorrow (if preload is wrapped, which it should with a 0015 start), so I'll come in and sit at the wheel of my blocked in PC until everyone else shuffles in at 820.
@rickyb will send you some snow
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