Raise question

Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Brownee23, Feb 24, 2018.

  1. Brownee23

    Brownee23 New Member

    Hey there. I started as a seasonal delivery driver on October 25th. After peak they kept me as a full time driver. After peak my first day working was in January. I was curious if I should expect my one year raise in October or do I have to wait until next January since I started during peak. Thanks.
  2. KOG72

    KOG72 I’m full of it

    I would think whichever one of these two days is considered your hired day would be the one
  3. Brownee23

    Brownee23 New Member

    My hire date is considered October 25th according to the list in the building. But because it was during peak I didn’t know if it would still be my raise date
  4. Seasonal time doesn't count towards progression
  5. saintrick

    saintrick Active Member

    Did you work straight through or did they lay you off for a day or two?
  6. oldupsman

    oldupsman Well-Known Member

    It can if they want it too. If the "list" in the building he's referring to is the seniority list, and it says Oct. 25th,
    I guess it counted. Which means his 1 year raise would be in Oct.
    Last edited: Feb 24, 2018
  7. Just telling you how it is here. If you ate hired that time of the year , UPS uses that's as a hall pass. 3 months longer to get your benefits and 3 months longer to get his progression. Do you really think they want to pay more if they don't have to????
  8. sikidiki

    sikidiki Active Member

    for me after i was laid off for seasonal in the summer, they called me back in october to hire me full time, that is my hire date and when i should expect my first raise
  9. barnyard

    barnyard KTM rider Staff Member

    You will find out for sure in October.
  10. Tony Q

    Tony Q Well-Known Member

    If your seniority date is in October then they owe you. I wouldn't press it until October of 2018 though. Since you have to have a year to get your vacation then you can't do anything. they should make vacation available, but if there is nothing then they can pay you off.
  11. oldupsman

    oldupsman Well-Known Member

    The reason I said anything is because that exact same thing happened to me 40 years ago. I started in Oct.
    But I couldn't qualify for seniority until Jan. When I had my 30 in Jan done the center manager came up to me and said
    since I had done so well he was going to make my seniority date the day I started back in Oct.
    At the time it really didn't register but I remember him looking at me and saying, "Some day you'll thank
    me for that." He was right.
  12. Hopefully he gets his October seniority date. But this is a much different company now.