Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by MaDBaLL, Jul 3, 2015.
Good or bad, what event sticks out in your mind the most while working at UPS?
How much management lies to us.But 84K last year made it tolerable.
The stretch of time that I decided not to stress this place anymore, life got 100% better and I actually started to enjoy my job.
It really does make everything better when you look at your Sups and say.'Oh OK",go to PCM and go out and enjoy the day. I like most of my customers so my day is pretty nice,till my diad blows up with messages.
My two most memorable moments at UPS: the first day I showed up for work, and the last time I exited the building 30 years later . . .
Blizzard of 96. Three days off. The next two we were doing almost nothing.
It will be the day I retire.
Nothing else comes close.
A regular stop got a new receptionist and I pull up by the front door,like always.I was taking a bite of a blueberry muffin I got(for free) a few stops back.She asked me what I was eating? To wit,"A blueberry muffin the girls gave me".Her reply made my knees weak," I bet girls give you lots of things for free"..............Guys,you know it's true,when we break out the shorts the flirts go up by about 1000%
The day I walked out the door two years ago for the last time.
And without any injuries too would be the icing on the cake.
The smell of preload.
The day one of our veteran drivers got walked out in handcuffs during the PCM for willful tax evasion.
Toss up. The day I changed from part time to full time. The day I heard MY preloader had been arrested that morning for stealing merchandise out of boxes. ( he was cutting them open in the back of the truck, and retapeing afterwards. They used a dye bomb to catch him.) and the day I heard one of our top senior drivers got killed in a car accident. (Off the job, personal car) Looking forward to walking out that door for the last time in 18 months.
The day a young, beautiful intern bent over in front of me to tape a label on a package and split her skirt wide open....
...and yes, she was going commando...
...and yes, I saw it all!
Yup. We all knew that it would just be a matter of time before it happened. Surprisingly he was allowed to come back (after having spent the summer in "jail") and retire with a full pension.
This was going back 15 years ago or so. Anyone remember those Junker 500s we used to drive, the small ones? I finally made my way to driving after a five year wait. Very nervous. I was doing a Saturday shuttle to the airport and I was in the left lane of 95, a major highway. Suddenly my mirrors flopped to the side due to the wind--- on both sides! So now I'm driving in the left lane BLIND. (Keep in mind, this was before the backup cameras.). So I had no idea who was in back of me and there was no left shoulder, it's a passing lane, and I was too afraid to stop on a 55mph stretch. I basically had to chance it, hold my breath, and get over to the right lane as slow as I could and hope nobody was coming!
What a way for a rookie to start!
Just another day in the BOG.
I wonder if they would do that for an hourly union member?
He was an hourly union member.
Another term stretching the truth to meet their needs at the time of the incident
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