So UPS canceled the Night Sort at my hub on Tues Night. The power was out for the whole facility. And they knew this ahead of time well enough to call everyone and tell them not to come in, but they didn't. They had us all rounded up by the breakroom and told us "Sort's canceled, everyone go home." So what they did was sent all the trailers over to the other major hub in my metro area. And to help manage all of that extra work, supervisors from my hub went to work there. Now tonight, we learned the official decision is no PTers will get paid for tues. So, in summary, they call off the Night Sort due to a power outage. They don't give us the courtesy of a call to let us know that it's unnecessary to come in. We report to work and are forced to leave. Our work is sent to the other hub, and supervisors are doing our work. No hourly is offered the chance to follow their work to the other hub for the night. That's all well and good. Doing what has to be done to get the volume processed. BUT WE SHOWED UP TO WORK, AND THEY WON'T PAY US OUR GUARANTEED 3.5. UPS could have done the right thing and just paid us our 3.5, but instead they have to make us grieve for it. And it wasn't an Act of God or anything. The power went out. Not an act of God. This company has no class.