Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Bestsorteralive, Mar 14, 2019 at 8:30 AM.
I cant quit until i get my retro check
I for one don't care. I'll more than likely quit way before retro checks are ever given out. I'm sick of the lies and stringing out new drivers and employees. It's always you'll be driving next week blah blah blah. We can't afford to lose a driver blah blah blah. You know what it costs to train a driver? No and I really don't care. Do you know how many lies and bullcrap you feed employees when in fact none of it's true? I for one won't be an employee too much longee
You must work at my hub. I keep following that carrot but I am tired of being broke.
Ask your supervisors if they’d be willing to pay out of pocket to go ahead and send you on our way.
I can think of a few employees I would have done that for
It's not gonna be as much as you're probably expecting.
Plus lets hope they calculate it right this time...
If they try and miscalculate mine it wouldn't be an issue. I'll just pull a Karen and pull up all my pay stubs and call them out on their bs for my extra $3.00.
Nobody is getting their hands on those retros...... if you didn’t vote then no retro for you....
You've been at UPS what? A year and half. Have some patience
Patience doesn't pay the bills
Everyone else went through the same process
You mean we get a back pay check,Damn I make so much money I didn’t even notice.
Last time around it was a mess at my hub, and probably nationwide too. Tons of people being underpaid, and surprisingly tons of people being overpaid as well. I'm actually going to go ahead and write up and print out copies of a handout that will tell people EXACTLY how to calculate their retro check and will make sure everyone knows that if they're underpaid to get with me immediately and file for the correct amount so that no one is screwed. On top of that as per Article 17 I'll tell everyone who is overpaid to notify the company immediately so that their liability ceases after 5 working days if the company doesn't respond to the notice of overpayment.
Sock in the jock strap.
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