Discussion in 'UPS Union Issues' started by Goku, May 1, 2019.
What about 710 and 705?
Nobody cares about them.
I haven't been here long, but you just seem full of misinformation
Wrong, bastion of knowledge, right here.
Exactly we’re talking about pay. Both your statements contradict each other.
And payment will not be paid according to new contract until it went into effect, which was this past Monday.
so what are getting retro pay for? It’s for the period from Aug 1 to Apr 29
Actually it is until May 4th.
But contract didn't go into effect until this past Monday, which is what I said all along.
Everyone in my building was laid off today.
I mentored a new driver back in October. He has since gained seniority and is a cover driver. I am assuming as he did was not here prior to 8/1/19 he Wilkins not be reliable for retro pay. Out steward and BA both didn’t seem to have any viable answer to that. Just looking out for the kid. Would be a nice little kick for him.
What's sad is that this retro pay even had to happen AGAIN. Get together - settle the contract and stop playing golf. At least it didn't last as long as that group waited in Louisville. What was that one - four year to get the new contract ratified?
I actually clicked the link just to see where it would take me. I then proceeded to refresh the page two more times because I thought I lost the connection.
yeah, i clicked it too hahaha,
i would imagine payroll and accounting will want to "clear the books" so to speak on the retro matter and that all employees who have union hours worked during the contract extension will get paid regardless of whether there still employed or still a teamster. im not saying mistakes wont be made, but i highly doubt any intentional underhanded thievery will actually go on. its not worth the hassle on there end to save a few bucks.
Dude, they won't buy toilet paper to save a few bucks...
And another thing, the only reason that we are getting retro pay is because Aug 1, 2018 is a date, which the contract, which went into effect Apr 29, specifically states raises will be had. If it didn't have those specific dates, you would only be getting this week, as retro pay(assuming ups's lack of quick action on getting raises in system.)
Yes, anyone who worked hourly that went to management full time will get the retro check of the hrs they worked hourly. The real question is will it include hrs. worked overtime.
They never worked in the union under the new contract
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