Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by thisjobaintforeverybody, Dec 16, 2017.
give us December 26th off. I'm dead serious!
Sounds good to me it’s usually dead that day anyways
Not gonna happen.
At best you will receive another option day to use as you please.
Seems like a good trade off. I hate having to go to work the day after Xmas. I'm usually hungover making work suck even more than usual.
Not this year.
The 22nd is a regular day and the volume picked up that day will be processed on the 26th.
Give me two more personal days off and I will consider it.
These Bastards are going to up every holiday... Pay me
It here is my NO vote.
Amazon ed up BF, not UPS.
We will be running some of that volume on the 23rd here
don't you mean "at their convenience"?
Another vacation or option week for employees with at least one year.
He won't be here next contract. So who gives a Fluff??
I have a feeling that we will end up doing the same.
You must be using Teamster math if you think that losing one day equates to getting 5 in return.
Guess what... Pay me. Charge more in that day to pay for our over time. What about all of the six days people ate working in December. They should get extra time off for that .
We’ve already worked the last 3 Saturday’s here
Why not? Lose one-ask for 5-settle on 3. That's just good bargaining.
We worked the last two but they are telling us that we are not working on the 23rd------Saturday air and any "Christmas looking" premium stuff----10 drivers only.
Having Thanksgiving, the day after, and a week off gives members one final opportunity to see family during one of the most family-oriented times of the year. I guess you could think of it as a mini-vacation. Christmas week is off limits, and now they want to limit our ability to see family during Thanksgiving and hang out for a few days too? I certainly think it warrants an extra vacation week.
I threw in the "for employees with at least one year" just because they are also affected by the loss of the day after Thanksgiving as a holiday.
During negotiations, you don't offer what you actually want. You start with something big, and work towards a compromise. Is what I said really that controversial for a starting point? It's gotta be more than one option day. That's all I'm saying.
That sounds good they have not told us anything like that yet but we will see this week.
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