Just wonder what everyone thinks about someone starting end of March and few months later a possible strike!
Ok. No worries. Good attitude.Honestly, you shouldn't worry. Show up on time daily and get your 30 days in. If we strike, it'll only benefit you after it's said and done.
Don’t worry. Trust the process. Notice how the ones who aren’t affected have the loudest voices. We’re only working on the supplemental ones now and haven’t even started on the master contract.As a 22 year old feeder driver I’m worried I might not have a job if we strike tbh
You should always have a backup plan.
If something happened with my opportunity to work I’ll go back to hvac.
If you do it for yourself yes.If you can do hvac why would you drive a brown truck
The hvac guys I know get paid
Must be a Location thing. Without the strike my opportunity to go full-time, would have been even longer not to mention the hundreds of full-time inside jobs.Ok. No worries. Good attitude.
To be clear: The only outcome of a strike will be beneficial? Interesting.
The strike of 1997 had devastating impacts that still linger today. Accounts we never got back to this day.
MOF, my seniority into feeders took 4 years.......volume.
And he would be low man.......with all that could mean.
Now for a seasoned, seniority employee with a few years in......and could possibly weather a loss of $4-6K......carry on.
Spend your money wisely right nowJust wonder what everyone thinks about someone starting end of March and few months later a possible strike!
This was my experience. Again, lingering effects to this day It also brought FedEx along for ground.If there’s a strike that goes for more than a few days and I was low on the seniority list
I’d start looking for a job
In 1997 it was months before everyone was back driving