Discussion in 'UPS Union Issues' started by Molon Labe Forever, Jan 4, 2020.
If you’re looking for advice
Mind your own business
i dont think they can really do anything until the guy screws up on the job, they cant say you have to go take a test without nothing happening. But if you think he is drunk and you see him driving out of the parking lot 1 800 grab dui works wonders
So, if Ol boy is a “gang” member doesnt that make you a scab?
Come on Dave. Stop making new screen names and making up stories to get everyone riled up.
The drunk has only been on preload for 5 months. In the past he's been a driver helper. From what the other drivers say, Mr. Drunk is also a horrible driver helper and displays similar behavior and odor as well.
I have.not personally. However, other employees that are union members have been reporting him for at least 3 months
Nope! I ain't no commie, never will be either.
Yes you can quote me on that
I'd have a great laugh if that guy ran you over in the parking lot
Well, as a scab you won't get much if any support here.
That's totally fine with me.
Don't need help dressing myself and tying my own shoes in the morning...or wiping my own hind end either
Me too. Just means himself, the union steward, and management would get sued.
I'm sure the wife and kid would appreciate the extra cheddar
I'd think that if this guy were a real problem management would have no issues with grievances from the steward over the issue.
sounds like a scab trying to stir things up to me
This... that guy needs a wake-up call from the police department.
Find your local police department#, not 911. Give the year, make, model of the vehicle & let them come in before the shift or after to grab him before he gets behind the wheel
Agreed. HR, management, has just assumed a TON of liability if this guys story is true. Imagine if he does run someone over after his drunkedness has been reported.
The OP seems to be a judgy mother. Might try MYOB.
Yep. One-track polls like OP's are for sissy boys who know the point they're asserting can't stand up to scrutiny by others.
There is no way management would allow a person like this to continue working if half of the OPs story is true. I have heard of several Union members in my building walked out for being under the influence. Too much of a safety liability for themselves and the employees around them.
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