Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by BucsGuy, Dec 2, 2018.
It will go down with a helper.
Why do you guys even give a flying leap about your SPH?
I was always 10 or so less per hour than management said I should be doing-----------------no matter if I had a good day or not. Funny how that works.
Because we all want to be that guy the boss calls everyday as soon as we clear the last stop out of the board and asks us to go take 30 more off Tom.
Well carry on then! If you are doing 18 sph then I wouldn't worry 2 F*s about your numbers. Sounds like you are doing just fine where you are.
Unless his 23yo center manager and 25yo DM disagree.
Small rural town with probably 80% DR stops. If I get any bulk, it’s completely random. Wouldn’t trade it for anything in our building.
That’s about what my loads are currently like in a 5200. Thankfully I load my own truck...I feel for everyone that has to deal with poorly loaded trucks that are bricked out!
We had our helper hours torpedoed because some sad sacks were doing less than 10 an hour in suburban paradise. Way to stick it to the company there.
Between 15 to 17
In Apts around 36, business front door 17ish, docks/bulk 12, first floor condos 45, single dwelling homes 25.
Saturdays 10 maybe 11 if ODO follows my plan.
The guy that delivered to my daughters place in Montana does 35-40 stops a day during peak, 350ish miles a day. He normally does 75 or so, but they take the town off him so he has time to do the rurals.
20 a hr for city/biz. Rural routes can be anywhere from 6 to 12 stops an hr depending on how horrible the dispatcher did the trace that morning.
You get a new donkey for peak?
Which center is he out of?
I did 8 stops an hour today and only rolled 18 packages!
I almost choked on my soda reading that! Got me a nice new Dodge that actually has no governor. I cruise those dirt roads like that beotch was stolen.
That'll show the workforce! Decrease the helper hours so it'll take longer and we all get a bigger check! I love my company.
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