True it you really do that. Take full hour on area and don't run. Most can't do it.That's my route, time allowances are terrible. I just accept it and move on. We are a bonus center but I know I'll never even be close.
Follow the methods, be safe, and clock out when I'm all done. That's how it goes.
I don’t even enter my break until it’s done. Not a problem.Since adoption of the new diad 6 I’ve noticed when starting a break the timer will always jump forward a second or two and I’ve always been suspicious of this but have not brought up or discussed this issue with anyone.
Today I started a break and it skipped forward 01:05 with the next tick hitting 01:06 as soon as I hit the start break button.
How much time is UPS stealing from how many thousands of workers with these new diads?
I mean I would laugh so hard during this meeting with management. Ok, so five seconds over 9.5 is one of Your three strikes now. Have fun with that….What kind of rookies are writing this software for one of the biggest companies in the world?
UPS is shooting themselves in the foot. I was written up yesterday for sheeting a next day air 5 seconds into 12:00.
12:00 is 60 seconds long…
We didn’t have this issue before this diad 6.
I mean if you are scanning last NDA stop at noon you obviously are trying to get as much volume off car by noon as possible while still making service. Dang they should just say “thank you” but wanna go the other direction? Fine. Tomorrow deliver straight NDA not a single other piece. Then start route over. File 9.5 and miss commercial as needed. They can be taught!!Scanning at 12 is late. 11:59 is on time
I can count on one hand the number of times I’ve looked at it since I qualified that didn’t involve a supervisor asking me what’s taking so long. The numbers on my route are so obviously arbitrary anyway.When you quit worrying about under allowed and making bonus everything else gets easier. You get paid by the hour so if it takes you longer no problem if you are on the clock.