Saturday Air Rate?

Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Can-Do-Attitude, May 30, 2015.

  1. Can't-Do-Attitude

    Can't-Do-Attitude New Member

    PT preloader for 3 years where I was last making 12.70/hr. Went on the road this past peak and have finally qualified. But what's the Saturday air rate progression like? I worked the Saturday day before Mother's Day and was getting paid 13.50/hr? But a few months back it was only 12 or 12.50. Just looking for the real progression rates.
  2. Easy to find in your contract. Grow a set of eyes.
  3. PT Car Washer

    PT Car Washer Well-Known Member

    Art 40 in the master.
  4. TG43

    TG43 Member

    Start 12.50, seniority 13.50, after 12 months 14.00, after 18 months 14.50, after 24 top rate.

    Not sure of top rate. Around $25?
  5. PT Car Washer

    PT Car Washer Well-Known Member

    Closer to $27/hr without digging out a paystub. Good money for a 24 month progression.
  6. Number24

    Number24 #24

    $18.00-$18.75 at my HUB I believe.
  7. PT Car Washer

    PT Car Washer Well-Known Member

    I believe $18.75 is starting FT driver rate. Until you are laid off working inside the hub for $15/hr.
  8. Number24

    Number24 #24

    You could be right. So sat air rate is $15? Or
  9. misloaderoftheyear

    misloaderoftheyear New Member

    a. Part-time air drivers including exception air drivers will be paid
    as follows:
    Start $12.50
    Seniority $13.50
    Seniority Date plus 12 months $14.00
    Seniority Date plus 18 months $14.50
    Seniority Date plus 24 months Top Rate
    ARTICLE 40
    (l) Effective August 1, 2013 the prior $24.74 twentyfour
    (24) month (top) rate will change on August 1st
    of each of the first three years of the Agreement to
    reflect the agreed upon general wage increases. The last two general
    wage increases will be applied to the Top Rate on August 1
    and February 1.
  10. BrownDog5117

    BrownDog5117 Member

    When it says plus 24 months, does that mean I can work just 1 Saturday, and then not work them anymore and if I came back to it 2 years later I'd be at top rate?