Retiring January 1st

Old Man Jingles

Rat out of a cage
That was the kicker, Strike didn’t help,but it was coming anyway...
That's an assumption but I agree with you.
UPS needed cash for acquisitions to continue to increase revenue and profit.
The strike accelerated the progression towards public.
The only difference was the timing.
Working for a publicly traded company tends to suck in general.
 

UpstateNYUPSer

Well-Known Member
My Wife and I both went into the retirement center about 6 months before and got all the info. Also make sure the retirement medical is on board. No surprises.
It used to be that we would have to take a ride down to the pension fund office in Syracuse (NY) to start the retirement process. Within the past 5 years that has no longer been the case-----everything can be done through e-mail, US Mail or over the phone. Part of our retirement application packet is the application for retiree medical benefits.
 

ACmoses

Well-Known Member
My Wife and I both went into the retirement center about 6 months before and got all the info. Also make sure the retirement medical is on board. No surprises.
That's exactly what my wife and I did last week. I will take all of my vacation and receive my first retirement check April 1st, 2020
 
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