Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by unionsteward104, Apr 25, 2015.
Only in Phoenix. I would not expect anything less.
Bunch of badassery going down in Phoenix.
Its just bad everywhere, most ghettoasczz ran place ever lol. And don't think that customers don't see it either everyday with the Hellen Keller and Stevie Wonder loads, drivers dropping the dime on their stupidity and seeing drivers on the road late as ballz every night. They've been exposed time and time again every single day and they still don't care lol.
I'm embarrassed when I open my rear door at the first stop of the day and packages fall out. Just stupid.
I'm not sure what's going on in Phoenix but our new valley center in WA state gets average of 40 misloads a day I delivered 7 this week and I was sick on monday. They are using a new splash spa technology that sprays the sequence number in pink ink on a brown box when it's scanned for the belt. I am not even upset at our loaders because I can't even read the dam spa label.
Hey at least we didn't have the news and people in front of customer service getting ready to riot last peak lol.
One for two is good in baseball.
That's badass, wish we had something like that
it might sound cool but they can be really hard to find and read in a lot of cases
I once told someone I had 80 stops. This was a gravy route where 80 stops wasn't even an 8 hour day. They were like wow you gonna finish all of that.
Most people think we do 30-40 stops in a day.
Had that for years. Just takes a little getting use to. It's not that bad.
I can imagine that, If the system was refined and worked well it would be a dream come true.
they tried that here for a bit before peak last year...
another great idea CANNED
It's bad in Phoenix Arizona all the way to Tacoma, Philadelphia, Atlanta, L.A.
Had one of those "beat to a pulp" kind of days one time. On my way in I stopped at a gas station for a cup of Joe. Slacker looking cashier shoots me a "Man, I wish I could drive for UPS. Sweet gig right, just driving around all day?". "Yeah, something like that" was all I could muster. Didn't want to end up on the news.
It's cool, he'll still be there when you retire. You can cruise by, grab a big gulp and say "A spot just opened for a driver" as you drive off for your tee time.
That's exactly why he works at a gas station.
Instead of being a PT package handler at $10/hr and no benefits working 3 hours a day.
Yeah....with endless possibilities of advancement. Might not be handed to you on a silver platter but exactly where do you expect to end up in 10 years as a clerk at a gas station??
Hopefully rolling hot dogs!
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