Discussion in 'UPS Union Issues' started by I have been lurking, Dec 14, 2019.
I thought Bootsy Collins laid down the funk....
to many drinks last night...
Damnit. I had a Pillsbury doughboy work the sort, then told me to sort while he SPA'd, then jumped to another truck. My BA asked me for his name and he was tagless. Fat bastard.
It’s not the price of the $36 socks. It’s the cost that Twinhill rapes a $10 shipping charge. Imagine if we owned a shipping company? That might save on a few bucks.
They are drivers, been out all Sunday delivering.
How the F do you expect us to survive?
Hope this helps.
It's also Article 20 Section 5 of UPS Local 705 Agreement.
We are special
That's about what me and the wife made combined this month.
Don't be, because Wisconsin isn't on the east coast.
We know we are special. We're out here trying to raise the bar. But yes supervisors will work all the time it's such a huge facility you don't know who's a supervisor or hourly. Expecially during peak. They still don't wear the ID on the lanyard. They barely Gabe any double shifts to pt hourly employees this year but let supervisor double all day long.
Upstate knew his supes well. That's why it doesnt compute to him.
It’s a great tool for us. When you guys start harping on a black undershirt, or a brown UPS hoodie, telling us we are out of compliance, that’s when Article 20, Section 5 comes up. After all, if we have to be “in compliance”, so do you.
You people in management are demented. Go obsess about socks and beards
I used to spend money on socks but now I can't afford it since I have to buy my own turkey
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