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.
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!