Making the switch to express?

Discussion in 'FedEx Discussions' started by Homedeliveryguy, Oct 12, 2018.

  1. MAKAVELI

    MAKAVELI Well-Known Member

    Not true and you know it. FedEx has its discipline and gft policy for a reason. It limits their liability for wrongful termination lawsuits.
     
  2. floridays

    floridays Well-Known Member

    I was simply responding to the envelope part.
     
  3. floridays

    floridays Well-Known Member

    Not trying to be a turd in the punch bowl, but research what a per diem is.
     
  4. floridays

    floridays Well-Known Member

    I want to go to work for you tomorrow, exactly what is my offer? Cut the crap, what is the offering?
     
  5. floridays

    floridays Well-Known Member

    Barren wasteland?
     
  6. floridays

    floridays Well-Known Member

    Someone packed truth in his lunch bag today. Excellent.
     
  7. floridays

    floridays Well-Known Member

    You confuse the law with policy. Dano was 100% correct.
     
  8. MAKAVELI

    MAKAVELI Well-Known Member

    No he is not. These policies are put in place to purely limit lawsuits. Plain and simple.
     
  9. floridays

    floridays Well-Known Member

    Incorrect
     
  10. Mutineer

    Mutineer Active Member

    Um. Most if not all of that list is Federal. Which supercedes everything, anyways. Whether states like it or not.

    The fact of the matter remains, in an at will state, you can be shown the door without any reason.

    If challenged, any reason, within the law will suffice.

    Former disgruntled employee: "They fired me cuz I'm a divorced, transgender, pregnant, multiracial, wounded veteran, Devil worshiper with a lazy eye. Hail Satan!"

    Former employer: "Nope, things just weren't working out. And one minute late to work a week or so ago, too. See the time card? Not that I needed to prove that, anyways."

    End of story. Unless lawyers get involved and discrimination can be proven. And then I will want to marry that lunatic. Cuz he/she/it is gonna be rich!
     
  11. MAKAVELI

    MAKAVELI Well-Known Member

    You are incorrect.
     
  12. MAKAVELI

    MAKAVELI Well-Known Member

    #Lawsuit.
     
  13. floridays

    floridays Well-Known Member

    Actually, I am not, unless a person works under a labor contract. We weren't addressing labor contracts, so I am correct. Silence would be golden also in this instance as well. Some states allow greater labor protections, state law will dictate.
     
  14. MAKAVELI

    MAKAVELI Well-Known Member

    You are not as Cali has some of the most labor friendly laws in the nation.
     
  15. floridays

    floridays Well-Known Member

    Understood.
     
  16. bacha29

    bacha29 Well-Known Member

    Per diem is Latin for per day. Most contractors pay their employees a flat rate per day of work. If you don't go out and run that route that day you don't collect your per diem that day. On the other hand some contractors pay on a per stop basis
     
  17. floridays

    floridays Well-Known Member

    I know what per diem is, you don't. Say thank you to me next time you don't misuse the term.
     
  18. Fred's Myth

    Fred's Myth Nonhyphenated American

    According to the California Labor Code, California is an Aat-will@ employment state. Under the at-will presumption, a Californiaemployer, absent an agreement or statutory or public policy exception to the contrary, may terminate an employee for any reason at any time.
     
  19. floridays

    floridays Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the research.
     
  20. Fred's Myth

    Fred's Myth Nonhyphenated American

    Always a pleasure to dink on mak.
     
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