RETRO CHECK CALCULATOR

suff0cati0n

Under Paid Slave

Already did my own estimates with a total of $2,314.46 using excel spreadsheet, and well it was close to this calculator but doesn't take in to account progression and double time. Will be around $1,631.23 after taxes.
 

Rack em

First to worst!
I calculated mine and should be getting just over $6,600. We'll see how bad Ups tries to get away with not paying me, and if by some miracle they do get it right, Uncle Sam will take a big chunk anyways.
 

rown_oser

Same As It Ever Was
had to do my own because the mediocre online calculator hadn't been created. so every week I added the week's pay period, which ended up being effortless as it took less than 20 seconds :bored2:

 

MattM

Well-Known Member
had to do my own because the mediocre online calculator hadn't been created. so every week I added the week's pay period, which ended up being effortless as it took less than 20 seconds :bored2:

Aren't you being paid appropriately right now? Starting with the 5/10 check, all wages were supposed to be corrected from here on out.

I'm due something like $540. A new hire off the streets could have worked 500 less hires than myself and still walked with the same raise amount. The money's already been forgotten about. So it is what it is at this point. It feels like dirty pity money at this point.
 

rown_oser

Same As It Ever Was
Aren't you being paid appropriately right now? Starting with the 5/10 check, all wages were supposed to be corrected from here on out.

I'm due something like $540. A new hire off the streets could have worked 500 less hires than myself and still walked with the same raise amount. The money's already been forgotten about. So it is what it is at this point. It feels like dirty pity money at this point.
You're right and good catch. I guess I was just in the habit already of appending the list weekly LOL
 
Just curious, did anyone else get bumped up from $11/hr to $12/hr after 2019 rolled around, then went to $13 when the contract finally passed? I wasn't expecting any type of raise when 2019 started and it seemed kind of odd.
 

rown_oser

Same As It Ever Was
Just curious, did anyone else get bumped up from $11/hr to $12/hr after 2019 rolled around, then went to $13 when the contract finally passed? I wasn't expecting any type of raise when 2019 started and it seemed kind of odd.
What's your seniority date?
 
nvm I'm dumb lol I just found it on my time off viewer. I was hired 4/13 but didn't have my first day of work until 4/25, so it's 4/25
 

LongIslandNewbie

Well-Known Member
Can anyone advise if I will get my retro check even though I am on Workman's Comp right now? Not due back till week after they are set to pay.
 

upschuck

Well-Known Member
had to do my own because the mediocre online calculator hadn't been created. so every week I added the week's pay period, which ended up being effortless as it took less than 20 seconds :bored2:

Did you deduct the couple days of your w/e 8/4/18, that were in July?
 
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