PART TIME EMPLOYEES PL READ

Discussion in 'UPS Union Issues' started by VDUBINIT, Aug 17, 2018.

  1. VDUBINIT

    VDUBINIT New Member

    If you pass up a 22.4 promotion while waiting for a RPCD position. Said driver who takes the promotion will pass you up on the seniority list.

    Example “Steve” the preloader who’s been busting his ass for four plus years and has another job/ family obligations on his/her weekend will be passed on the full time seniority list if he declines a 22.4 position.

    Example “ mark” takes a twilight unload position accepts a 22.4 job six months in not knowing the ins and outs of what mark is accepting. mark passes everyone on the part time to full time seniority list. Mark is now a full time employee.

    VoTe ThIS :censored2: DoWn!!
     
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  2. Just A UPS Guy

    Just A UPS Guy Active Member

    Uhhhhh, Steve passed up the full-time job, Mark took a full-time job.... happens every day....
     
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  3. 542thruNthru

    542thruNthru Well-Known Member

    No here. Most wait for a RPCD job here because they have to have a set schedule because of family.

    I can see where this guy is coming from. People complain about classification seniority but think a 4 year FT should beat out a 10 year PT. Makes no sense to me.
     
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  4. 542thruNthru

    542thruNthru Well-Known Member

    Could you please post the language in your supplement that supports this.
     
  5. Just A UPS Guy

    Just A UPS Guy Active Member

    Yes, even where you are. If a PT passes up an RPCD job cuz they're holding out for a 22.3 job, that person stays PT and allows someone lower on the PT to FT list to pass him and go FT. This is exactly what the OP posted.

     
  6. 542thruNthru

    542thruNthru Well-Known Member


    He isn't saying he passed up a RPCD job. He's say that if a 22.4 has 4 years seniority and a PT workers has 10 that the 22.4 will get the RPCD job before the 10 year PT employee.

    So no it's not like that here.
     
  7. It's like that here. Full time Trump's part time.
     
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  8. Just A UPS Guy

    Just A UPS Guy Active Member

    I would agree with that, but that's not at all how the original post reads to me.
     
  9. km3

    km3 Well-Known Member

    Shouldn't be that way, but what'cha gonna do...
     
  10. That's the way it's always been.
     
  11. 542thruNthru

    542thruNthru Well-Known Member

    Which is BS. What if there is a 22.4 hired off the street. He all of a sudden can be come a RPCD before a PT with 3x as many years.

    Ouch
     
  12. No different than a RPCD being hired off of the street in the past.
     
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  13. 542thruNthru

    542thruNthru Well-Known Member

    Yes I guess that's true. But still annoys me. :)
     
  14. km3

    km3 Well-Known Member

    Except they'll probably hire a lot more 22.4s than they used to RPCDs.
     
  15. They have to keep a guaranteed number of RPCD and they can only have 25% 22.4 drivers.
     
  16. 542thruNthru

    542thruNthru Well-Known Member

    Thank God I'm not in :censored2:ty Pennsylvania! I'd much rather deal with fires then crappy seniority language.
     
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  17. km3

    km3 Well-Known Member

    I'm in the central and we have the ft trumps pt seniority as well.
     
  18. 542thruNthru

    542thruNthru Well-Known Member

    I'm just messing with Gumby because he always talks trash about CA. :)
     
  19. Just A UPS Guy

    Just A UPS Guy Active Member

    Shiiiittyy....
     
  20. VDUBINIT

    VDUBINIT New Member

    My point is that you will be forced to take a 22.4 job if you ever want a RPCD position.

    No more waiting around for a Monday through Friday driving position.
     
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