I worked 18 years part time--does anyone know how much these years count toward the total years re: the pension?
In my area we have the Western Conference of Teamsters Pension Trust(https://web.archive.org/web/20130127205742/http://www.wctpension.org/) and the Pacific Coast Benefits Trust (https://web.archive.org/web/20100918030509/http://www.jc28.org/pcbtrust.htm). The contributions are as set forth in he National Master UPS Agreement, Article 34, and, for me, the Western Supplement, Article 30. That 750 hours business sounds familiar, but I can't put my finger on it right now. Anyone?
so what if you were parttime, but worked 40 hours a week, air driver, double shifting etc....would you get more pension money after 30 years than someone who only worked the min. 3-4 hours a day.
Thats the prob with part time and full time combined stuff, you ask 5 people the same question you get 5 different answers.
You are going to get answers that run the full spectrum
In an Atlanta-Journal newspaper article dated 10/24/07, CEO-to-be Scott Davis says UPS will finance the 6.1 billion dollar CS payment initially with short-term debt, then replace it with about 3.9 billion in longer-term debt next year.It was wondering just how they were going to set up this new plan if it passes. I guess it would be a separate enity from the part time plan and central states. If the consideration that the 6.1 billion central states withdraw just covers UPS getting out of that plan. It would be interesting to see just how much money has to be in place just to start up this new pension trust and where are they going to get it.