Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Staydryitsraining, Mar 21, 2020.
Should we be getting it?
No. Are you a nurse or doctor?
No that’s straight from the CEOs desk, we can’t afford it especially gloves, sanitizer, masks , toliet paper, paper towels, and dr bags. Also he’s entitled to that 6 million dollar bonus since we are doing so well.
The technology demands us to zig zag across busy streets and back up in crowded neighborhoods. Now we have to deal with the China Virus? Easy yes.
I'd give him an extra million for getting us all to work a pandemic, and thanking him for it...
Oh , but Orion works without anyone admitting that it doesn’t. Drivers are putting they’re life on the lines of stock prices
I feel more in danger when they leave me out in thunderstorms with no warning at all.
I feel more in danger when you drive me half a mile unbuckled in my car seat!
@rod listen to these damn millennials.
bet they would have loved the 30 miles rides in the back of the truck back in the day lol
Used to love that as a kid back in Hawaii.
See @Operational needs he is some weird ethnic
Military kid actually. There is a reason I live in San Diego.
Sitting on the side of the pickup box. Now days if they try that they fall out and kill themselves.
That explains A LOT. I never met a military kid whos elevator went all the way to the top.
No, we are essential.
We should all feel very blessed & glad we're able to service our communities during this crisis. When supplies become available I hope UPS does the right thing and tries to supply as many as possible, Hospitals need these supplies right now guys so stop complaining about it. I saw Amazon and I believe Costco and chase and bank of America have all came out and gave their employees a bonus (Hazard Pay) or in amazons case double time for overtime worked. Do I think UPS should give us hazard pay? No, but I feel like it would be a great gesture to us employees if they did, it would differently be a much needed moral boost.
Would be fun to get it. Won’t happen tho
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