Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Wyoming, Dec 9, 2019.
We are losing them every shift.
I wish one of ours would quit. Every other day they are calling in.
Gave my PVD 5 streets with less than 40 stops . Took him 6 hours. Useless.
Saw a postal worker (?) delivering out of a open bed pickup truck. She was sorting , looking for the one package for atleast 10 minutes.
Is there any motivation to go faster?
no, they are under no supervision or contract. Its wear and tear on their own vehicle. The ones ive seen are huge and probably take out maybe 50 stops.
The vehicles or the drivers?
Temps dropping 20 degrees from yesterday. I saw the look in a few of their eyes at 20:00 yesterday, I think we'll lose a few this week.
Initially they were paying $21/hr, now they upped it to $30/hr here in NJ.
How are they handling the liability and insurance? If a PVD has an accident, is it his/her responsibility or UPS? Does it count as an accident for the center?
We just pay them in cash and deny ever knowing them.
Stupidvisors are using there personal vehicles to deliver I heard ...
Here they are giving us the call tags and OCAs (and requests to go retrieve misdelivered) for the areas PVSs are in. It causes all kind of problems with ORION.
We turned off ORION for peak. Guess it’s not a ROBUST enough program for when it really counts.
We did last year, but they kept orion on this peak. That just means less stops I get off and more stops for the runners to come take off me
I’ve never actually seen one. There’s apparently a ton in my building.
Duh.....I am a Joe Union.....I did really poorly in school which is why I am loading trucks for a living.
I love walking by and looking at all of the peak mode coward’s and regular runner’s trucks every morning and watching them struggle to get their doors closed. Then arriving behind mine and struggling to decide which huge gap of empty shelf space I will put my backpack in. The long walk through the empty wasteland that is the middle of the truck gives me time to ponder that. LMFAO
Heard about this and asked my center manager if they were going to be held to the same production standards as us.
You all know the reply.
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