Discussion in 'UPS Union Issues' started by Over disciplined0123, Oct 8, 2018.
I could of been neater with it but just too upset and don’t give 2 s anymore
How about this: The two horses are each getting teabagged by brown ballsacks and the tire below them has been popped by a blinged out fat cat from leadership. Maybe like a big Monopoly man. Cash stack in one hand and a big nail in the other.
Here’s a 2/3 logo!
Lol. Whatever. Have no idea what your point is but laughing anyway. As I just seen a new commercial for ups hiring
Good one. But. Don’t get me started on why ups loves to keep part time workforce over 60 % of employees
UPS has a lot of smart people up top that know what the hell they are doing. Always been the issue from day 1.. seems like they easily always outsmart the Teamster leaders. (Seeing the course of action they took on the outcome of this contract I can easily see why
Admit that was funny as f
This looks like one of @Turdferguson photos. Is it a cricket or a grasshopper?
This wasn't anything that some smart assed manager did. This was entirely handed over on a silver platter by our stupid ass negotiator. Damndest thing I've ever seen.
It was. Even though made me mad I still laughed at it
People fight all day on here. Hell, I was completely pissed over this contract but, anger and hate is toxic. Sometimes you just gotta laugh stuff off.
Dude this has been always the plan Since day 1. But for some reason 1997 backfired on them and more part timers got involved because basically the whole contract was about being sick of part time America as ups wasn’t creating any full time jobs And part timers were more involved (as I was one of them) and was part time 7 years waiting to go full time as a driver
Yes sir Dr Do I have to pay a co pay
In 1997 there was the strike first, then a vote. I don't necessarily want to walk, just have the vote respected. And not be treated like a piss ant by our own team.
Because they're paying very expensive lawyers to dissect our contract/constitution and our leaders are too busy spending your money.
Point is, the company didn't insist on this article in the constitution. Dumas Taylor gave it to them on a silver platter.
He's the only one that mentioned it.
Did I spell that wrong? Is it Dennis or Dumas? I'm sticking with Dumas. Feel free to correct.
True as ups had no idea union had considered contract ratified and ups had considered going back to table.
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