Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by The grinch, Dec 1, 2019.
As if our vote even mattered.
Do you live down by the river?
It takes them almost 2 hours to load 20 stops into their cars.
It's a total joke. Someone in Atlanta has to be falsifying the numbers to keep this charade going
i am a PVD Driver, I do at least 50 stops a day and 65 plus packages, I have a toyota tacoma 4 door and i load all of it in one trip. I drive about 45 minutes to the hub and get my stuff then drive back to do my route, i usually get done by 4:30 if I can get out of the hub by 10:30 or 11, i wait for the regular drivers to clear out before I load up. we do package pickups here, i just don't see how these other guys that people post about are doing so badly, must just be ty workers. Our phone will not let us deliver if we are too far from the drop off location.
The extra sporh they get from me being a helper is higher than the fastest PVD.
Fixed it for you.
Dave, is that you posting under another name?
Got rid of the Altima for a pickup?
Anyone else seeing PVDs working but regular drivers being laid off? It's happening here. Today, 2 extended PVDs went out with 4 stops and 7 stops but yet, two FT drivers were laid off.
50 stops and 65 packages good job
You’re killing it
Half my building doesn't want to work the other half needs ot to live
Same here but I know that the two who were laid off wanted to work.
I smell a grievance.
Looks like I found the new vehicle for PVD's next year.
If our steward pursues it for them.
Easiest 8 hour grievance check those laid off drivers will get. That's a slam dunk win.
He better do his ing job! Just have the 2 laid off drivers fill out grievances and the steward has to file them.
What should happen and what really happens is 2 very different things. I let the drivers know what they should do and the ball is in their court.
You can file on their behalf.
I know. I also know the steward and BA don't always do what they are supposed to.
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