Question for any part timers making less than the $13 hr now

Discussion in 'UPS Union Issues' started by mikejonesjr, Jul 27, 2018.

  1. mikejonesjr

    mikejonesjr Active Member

    Any pters out there making less than $13 who go on upsers?? Upsers added a new contract impact statement thing and I'm curious what it says your guys new effective hourly pay rate will be on year 5 of the proposed contract. Thanks
    Last edited: Jul 27, 2018
  2. silenze

    silenze Lunch is the best part of the day

    Yes it says as a Non-driver i lost my technology protections. Ups will fire me based only on information from technology
  3. How can they even allow such language??


    Dennis said we only had 3 give backs....
  4. mikejonesjr

    mikejonesjr Active Member

    Yes i knew that but it doesn't answer my question whatsoever
  5. Level1Enemy

    Level1Enemy New Member

    Voting no :)

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  6. silenze

    silenze Lunch is the best part of the day

    It says will i would reach $16.70 on August 1, 2022.
    But if i had voted NO i would have started at 15$ an hour and with dollar raise each year i could have been making 20$ an hour aug 1 2022.
  7. mikejonesjr

    mikejonesjr Active Member

    Got it thank you and yes they are being cheap
  8. mikejonesjr

    mikejonesjr Active Member

    Perfect, thanks!
  9. DoYouEvenLift

    DoYouEvenLift Member

    I didn't even look. I'm under 13, but I plan on being here for life. I'm voting no on this even though it's an advantage in the now, it is damaging to my career and my family's survival long term
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  10. Blackstream

    Blackstream Active Member

    Haha, estimated part timers at 20 hours a week, that's a good one. I think almost everyone gets 25-30 a week right now here.
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  11. mikejonesjr

    mikejonesjr Active Member

    I get about 25 since I'm on preload, but I know other shifts get less hours
  12. upschuck

    upschuck Well-Known Member

    I believe you stay at your current pay, and get the yearly raises. No one will go down in pay.
  13. BadIdeaGuy

    BadIdeaGuy Coronavirus? What coronavirus?

    I'm a PT preloader at < 13, right now.

    From my understanding, I'll get bumped up to 13, (Same as a brand new, off the street hire!), and proceed from there, according to the raise schedule.

    Even though the starting wage increases faster than the raises I will be getting, it is my understanding that I will never make LESS than a new hire.

    Not that that is acceptable. Vote this garbage down!

    As for the hours, my center must be getting whipped harder than some of y'alls. Twenty hours a week is pretty darn close. Maybe an hour over that.
  14. Tony Q

    Tony Q Well-Known Member

    Anyone who is in their first four years will fo up to $13 an hour and will get additional raises. They will make more than new hires. They will go through the new progression or top rate plus they will get their other August raise. It will be revealed at the Two Man meeting. It's not a
    like you think. Unfortunately the communications department is from 1973.