Local 25 Teamsters borderline criminal act?

How do you feel about this situation?


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Casca

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probably the best solution would be to contractually require ups to pay the initiation fee within a short specified time frame of a persons time....perhaps when the person makes seniority plus 2 weeks......that would prevent new employees from getting caught in the middle ......its the fair way to do things and illustrates appreciation of new people......think outside the box .
 
probably the best solution would be to contractually require ups to pay the initiation fee within a short specified time frame of a persons time....perhaps when the person makes seniority plus 2 weeks......that would prevent new employees from getting caught in the middle ......its the fair way to do things and illustrates appreciation of new people......think outside the box .
But not every location charges seasonals union initiation fees
 

nWo

Well-Known Member
If you think seasonal employees shouldn't be allowed at UPS. Then take that up in contract talks. Don't attack the people that simply accepted a job offer to make extra money during the holidays.
 

DELACROIX

In the Spirit of Honore' Daumier
But then seasonals would never be able to collect on those pension contributions

I believe that the seasonal temps are only guaranteed their regular hourly rate, the Company is not obligated to pay into a healthcare or pension fund for their time of employment. They pay the initial Union dues for working at a Union Shop doing a collective bargaining job, their temporary hourly rate particularly with the PVD’s is what the Company is willing to pay according to the job market.

The Article in the Master was recently highlighted in the 804 (PVD) decision. Thinking it was Article 17...could be wrong on that, don’t quote me...
 
I believe that the seasonal temps are only guaranteed their regular hourly rate, the Company is not obligated to pay into a healthcare or pension fund for their time of employment. They pay the initial Union dues for working at a Union Shop doing a collective bargaining job, their temporary hourly rate particularly with the PVD’s is what the Company is willing to pay according to the job market.

The Article in the Master was recently highlighted in the 804 (PVD) decision. Thinking it was Article 17...could be wrong on that, don’t quote me...
I was being sarcastic when I said that.
 
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