quick contract question

TheVoice

United Prole. Socialist
Not everybody gets the same thing. Here where I am at, Overtime is anything over 8, and over 40…wow, you guys are getting OT at over 5, and 6…where are you guys at?
 

1989

Well-Known Member
Not everybody gets the same thing. Here where I am at, Overtime is anything over 8, and over 40…wow, you guys are getting OT at over 5, and 6…where are you guys at?

That should be full time employees, anything over 8hrs a day. No mention of 40 hrs.
 

govols019

You smell that?
Anything over 5hrs for part-timers is overtime unless you are a part-time cover driver. Then you just get screwed.
 

Damok

Well-Known Member
If you’re a part-timer here, you have to work 8 before you get overtime.

That's horrible. Is it the supplements or state law that dictates that kind of a difference? I've never hard that a PTer can't get OT past 5 hours. Not saying it's not true just that it kind of floored me. One of the fliers I got in the mail talked about one of the "concessions" that the Union beat back was that UPS wanted no more OT past 5 hours for PTers.
 
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Not everybody gets the same thing. Here where I am at, Overtime is anything over 8, and over 40…wow, you guys are getting OT at over 5, and 6…where are you guys at?

Yeah I was just talking about part time. it's been that way since I've been here (not that long but still) and it's been that way for everybody I know here.
 

team player

Active Member
Our P/T get OT after 5hrs on pre-load and re-load, however the new language in the Central lets them drive ground pkgs and they must work over 8 to get OT. And the rate for these guys will be 16.00 per hour. If this passes UPS will never bid another F/T driver in the Central. Welcome to the wonderful world of the permanent P/T driver!:scared:
 

#1angelfan

Well-Known Member
no over-time here in cali. we have to take a half hour break if we are going to work over 6 hours. that is the law here in so cal.
 
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