Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Wheeler, Jan 11, 2020.
Apparently, hardly anyone does.
Everyone who continues to pay for an Amazon Prime membership is responsible for the the need for seven days per week delivery. Just sayin.....
“MUH 2 day shippin!”
Yes - They are starting Sunday delivery in all rural areas first because that is where the money is. Stupid AF.
They've been delivering Sundays, on the moon for years, now
We are not making money on weekends. Business to business is where we earn. Add to that equation, two extra unproductive days as Monday and Tuesday are now messed with all the cutting that will take place.
Are you going to tell @Bubblehead, he's not the president of his Local now ?
Nope....he's not arrogant.
Because I scold people (with the truth) about their lack of participation....
That's being arrogant ? How long have you been a Teamster at UPS ?
If weekend delivery is so important, why isn't every stop of retail going out? Why is the company selectively holding back stops?
Possibly phase 2 or 3. Weekend commercial deliveries for businesses that opt in. Mostly retail.
No....because of your condescending attitude and the fact you will never believe that the "elected officials" bear SOME of the responsibility for the way things are. I understand your view on involvement. I realize that you will not accept any other opinion though. Happens a lot with old knuckle heads. But go ahead and keep pretending you are some sort of important person. I'm sure it gives you some sort of self worth. I sure love the-land-of-make-believe. Lol.
25th is the last day to get all full time package car drivers back to Monday-Friday. Weekends will now be exclusively 22.4 and covers in our building.
Unless they were hired as T-S then the company has a additional 6 months.
Some M-F bids are now T-S, just had a co-worker call me asking about a bid I once had ( he's getting bumped, 6 years after he bumped me ).
So now the company can cut routes,cut jobs during the week and fill gaps with 22.4's.
Oh, but they did. This was acknowleged by UPS and the IBT then 30 minutes later enough votes "vanished" to invoke the 2/3rds rule, then the web site headlines started to change. Some people made screenshots of the whole incident. Maybe we should force Hoffa to produce a list of confirmed votes vs. the votes they deemed to be "invalid". It's nice to be able to vote then have your vote become "invalid" after the initial outcome shoots down a dirt contract that we're now stuck with. Don't get me started, Einstein.
I wonder if they think we will forget?
Maybe it's time for jr to join dad.
No. The Giants just recovered the field!
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