have your cake and eat it too

Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by crappie, Jun 20, 2005.

  1. crappie

    crappie Guest

    In Thomas J. Robidoux, et al v. United Parcel Service, the Superior Court of Hartford found that Because it appears that the defendant is separately encouraging its drivers to deliver faster and more efficiently on the one hand and criticizing them heavily for unsafe work habits on the other hand without any coordination of those two forces, the court can only conclude that the safety program is but a facade. This conclusion is reinforced by the fact that the company does not investigate the cause of the injury. These two people were disciplined not for violation of safety but for filing workers compensation claims" REPORT ADDED 6/20/05
  2. pd109

    pd109 Guest

    Its a systematic way to replenish the troops.
    Most drivers are safe,but a select few are chosen for "ex"termination.Often the reason given for dismissal have nothing to do with what one is accused of.If they decide they dont like you,you`re gone.
  3. sendagain

    sendagain Guest

    Some people repeatedly look for ways to not be on the job. If it isn't an injury, then it's frequent sick calls. In my 27 years at UPS, most the people who were fired had it coming: in fact, there are loads more that ought to thank God everyday that they still have a job.
  4. pd109

    pd109 Guest

    most of the time your right sendagain,but my heart goes out to the guy with a sick family member who`s scrambling to do both jobs.Its sad to see a good guy go down for that.But production is their only interest
  5. crappie

    crappie Guest

    Here you go sendagain6160 .This came from a post hearing brief from OSHA.
    I read a lot of it some good reading about UPS and there postion on injurys .UPS thinks that people that are injuryed are actually depressed not hurt.It is carzy the crap they are trying to pull,even had this quack saying this is so .

    (Message edited by crappie on June 23, 2005)
  6. trickpony1

    trickpony1 Guest

    What else will the company pull out of their rear end to keep from paying worker's comp claims?
    For those interested, scroll to the top of page 31 of the brief to read the testimony of some doctor from Sweden about how we aren't injured....we're just depressed.
    It appears his testimony was quickly disavowed.
  7. crappie

    crappie Guest

    So true trickpony .Every one should read this.
    Moreluck read this and stop cutt and paste ,what is your function on this board?

    (Message edited by crappie on July 01, 2005)

    (Message edited by crappie on July 01, 2005)
  8. moreluck

    moreluck Guest

    "Moreluck read this and stop cutt and paste ,what is your function on this board? "

    Who died and made you king, crappie?????????
  9. crappie

    crappie Guest

    More luck why do you have to hold the top thread on this board?
    I would guess you are trying to suppress information .
    You might go to a chat room on cooking ,jokes,and such.
    Are you a secret agent with UPS ,lol.
    King Crappie
  10. wily_old_vet

    wily_old_vet Guest

    Back off crappie she has the same right as you to be on here. Why does it bother you that she posts a lot, feeling a little insecure are we. And what is Your function on this board? If you you don't care for what she "cuts and pastes" then skip over it but don't attack someone who brings a little brightness to the board with good recipes, jokes and good sayings.[​IMG]
  11. crappie

    crappie Guest

    I call it spam.
  12. moreluck

    moreluck Guest

    Here's your SPAM crappie!!

    Baked Spam and Noodles

    8 oz Broad egg noodles
    1 cn Spam luncheon meat - (12 oz); diced
    2 tb Butter or margarine softened
    1/2 c Milk
    1 Egg
    1/8 ts Freshly-ground black pepper

    Break up noodles slightly. Cook according to package directions; drain.

    Combine hot noodles, Spam, and butter in greased 1 1/2-quart casserole; stir to melt butter and mix well.

    Beat together milk, egg, and pepper; pour evenly over top. Bake in 375 degree oven 40 minutes
  13. crappie

    crappie Guest

    lol now you made me laugh!!!!
  14. ok2bclever

    ok2bclever Guest

    Spam is when it is forced down your throat unrequested.

    Reading something you don't like repetitively would just be called stupid. [​IMG]

    I have no interest in food recipes so I never click into that thread and enough friends that think they know my sense of humor forwarding things to me so I rarely click into more lucks other favorite thread.

    For those that like tons of humor and recipes more luck is performing a service.

    Keep up the good work ML for those who appreciate it.
  15. crappie

    crappie Guest

    Spam comes in many forms .When I go to a chat room in Yahoo and I see people postting links after links on porn I call that spam.Some people might want to click the links on porn so be it .I still call it spam.
  16. ok2bclever

    ok2bclever Guest

    So, spam by your definition is anything you come across in the public domains that you are not interested in.

    Spam is a nuisance, but you have it worse than the rest of us.[​IMG]
  17. crappie

    crappie Guest

    spam is what most people are not interested in .
  18. gadistrict

    gadistrict Guest

    Spam is one of the best pre-cooked lunch meats out there. It goes great with some eggs and toast for breakfast, or you can fry some pieces of it up on the skillet and make some spam fried rice. Hot or cold, Original or Hot with Tobasco Sauce - SPAM...it's whats for dinner!

    Crappie - If you dont like my post, too bad. I really don't care, and quite frankly...you'll get over it. SPAM is unsolicited - you on the other hand registered for this forum and clicked on this thread. Therefore, nothing posted by any of the registered users thusfar has been "SPAM".
  19. moreluck

    moreluck Guest

    According to the Hormel Company, Hawaii is the number 1 state when it comes to the consumption of Spam.
  20. trickpony1

    trickpony1 Guest

    where are we going with this?