Raises and SICK payout...

Discussion in 'FedEx Discussions' started by fatboy33, Apr 27, 2019.

  1. fatboy33

    fatboy33 Member

    Let me just combine the two topics. Has anyone heard anything about raises due in October? And the payment for unused sick days, are they still schedule for payout in June? Things have been so very quiet, it's making some of us wonder...
  2. floridays

    floridays Well-Known Member

    Yes, and Yes.
  3. Express Courier

    Express Courier Active Member

    Not sure about raises and I use all my sick days because life is better that way.
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  4. MassWineGuy

    MassWineGuy Well-Known Member

    Definitely use your sick days.
  5. fatboy33

    fatboy33 Member

    Everyone tells me that lol. I like getting the extra cash at the end of the F.Y. It's the only reason i don't use them up as in the past.:laughing2:
  6. 59 Dano

    59 Dano This is 1980, can't you afford a f***ing haircut?

    Sick payouts are paid in June (though I think they waited until July a couple of years ago) and raises are in October. What are they supposed to be saying?

    You guys are weird about that stuff.
  7. McFeely

    McFeely Huge Member

    Haven't heard a peep about either one at my station, but I would expect the MAPP payouts to be in June/July just as in previous years. I would imagine if they took that one away, they'd have a lot more sick calls to worry about at each station.

    As for the raises, I never truly know what is up with them until I see them on my paycheck around October. I would hope we'd get another step each year plus a COLA occasionally, but so much of that depends on the economy and how the business is doing I quit expecting it.
  8. McFeely

    McFeely Huge Member

    I think people just want to know if we're still on track to get them in 2019. Some buzz on the financial pages about FX's last quarter, buyouts, robot spending (lol), etc. has some worried about not getting raises this year.
  9. Gone fishin

    Gone fishin Member

    Let us not forget about the huge tax cut still in place. Raises SHOULD be fine
  10. dezguy

    dezguy Well-Known Member

    Take it for what it is worth but we have been repeatedly told, by upper management that FedEx Express Canada is outperforming every other Express operating group in the corp, yet the company portion of our HIPP payout has been cancelled and we haven't heard a peep about raises.
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  11. Operational needs

    Operational needs Virescit Vulnere Virtus

    What is HIPP?
  12. dezguy

    dezguy Well-Known Member

    Hourly incentive payment plan. If the company hits it's goals, or exceeds them, we get a percentage of what we made the previous year, based on our review score.

    The vast majority of the time, when we do get it, it's 1%. There was one year where we got 2.5% but the company now makes sure the goals are high enough where we'll probably never see that again.
  13. Fred's Myth

    Fred's Myth Nonhyphenated American

    Time to GFT. Incentive pay was eliminated in the U.S. many years ago.

    Did no one tell the top brass in Canada?
  14. Fred's Myth

    Fred's Myth Nonhyphenated American

    That's what happened here, that's why our performance slipped behind the Canucks.
  15. dezguy

    dezguy Well-Known Member

    Well, for years you guys got profit sharing while we got nothing. This only came into being after the unionzation scare of '12. Nothing more than a morsel to try to placate the masses
  16. 59 Dano

    59 Dano This is 1980, can't you afford a f***ing haircut?

    The bachas of the world should be ignored.
  17. chris45

    chris45 New Member

    So any news on when sick days are getting paid out?
  18. Mr. 1070

    Mr. 1070 Member

    Heads up

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  19. chris45

    chris45 New Member

    Alright cool, thanks
  20. Fixxxer

    Fixxxer Member

    Does the sick payout only get taxed or does it also go to pension? I’m assuming none of it is used towards benefits payment