Layoffs

Discussion in 'UPS Union Issues' started by Jumpin Jack Flash, Mar 22, 2020.

  1. Keep your sex life out of this conversation
     
  2. burrheadd

    burrheadd KING Of GIFS

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    Oh great another one that “doesent need to work here”

    just does it for :censored2:s and giggles

    SMH
     
  3. Superteeth2478

    Superteeth2478 Active Member

    If you say so...I make it just working part-time, and how many hours a week do you work? Most of your life? While I have money in real estate? Feel free to disbelieve me anyways, I'm not here to convince you...
     
  4. Sudz

    Sudz Well-Known Member

    In the central region it does. No bumping part timers who have more company seniority.
     
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  5. Guess it depends on your supplement. Full time here Trump's part time
     
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  6. Superteeth2478

    Superteeth2478 Active Member

    Well :censored2:, you learn something new every day. That's nice for the central region. I would understand, say, part-time seniority counting half towards company seniority (since they work half the guaranteed hours) when comparing to a full-time employee, but just any full-time off-the-street new hire scrub bumping someone who's been with the company 30 years shouldn't sit right with anyone in my opinion.
     
  7. UPSER1987

    UPSER1987 Active Member

    FT drivers would bump combos first and combos would bump pters
     
  8. PT Car Washer

    PT Car Washer Well-Known Member

    Not in the Central Region.
     
  9. yadadamean116

    yadadamean116 Active Member

    So you think part time side money has priority over someone who took ups as a career and went full time?
     
  10. yadadamean116

    yadadamean116 Active Member

    How did you make the money to invest into real estate and create passive income? By working full time.
     
  11. Jumpin Jack Flash

    Jumpin Jack Flash Active Member

    Now I’m guessing if UPS has layoffs, it’s a choice who gets laid off. Laying off high paying drivers is more cost effective than letting go low pay PT. They could then hire strictly UPS drivers, no union.
     
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  12. Wrong. It's all about seniority
     
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  13. Jumpin Jack Flash

    Jumpin Jack Flash Active Member

    Im not arguing seniority. I’m arguing pt versus ft. Obviously before any layoffs they’d offer drivers a huge pay cut.
     
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  14. Do you really not understand how this works?
     
  15. BadIdeaGuy

    BadIdeaGuy Coronavirus? What coronavirus?

    You're an idiot at best.
    At worst, you are an idiot PT supervisor.

    You are wrong.
     
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  16. Jumpin Jack Flash

    Jumpin Jack Flash Active Member

    Prove me wrong that UPS has no say in who they keep.
     
  17. Jumpin Jack Flash

    Jumpin Jack Flash Active Member

    Half you union clowns talk out of the wrong hole.
     
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    Last edited: Mar 22, 2020
  18. Jumpin Jack Flash

    Jumpin Jack Flash Active Member

    Some drivers are so out of shape, loading trucks isn’t even an option.
     
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  19. It's in the contract
    All part time sups will be laid off first
    Then you work to the best of your ability




    Right @Wilson1397 ?
     
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  20. Jumpin Jack Flash

    Jumpin Jack Flash Active Member

    Prove it! Don’t just talk.