Supervisors working

Discussion in 'UPS Union Issues' started by The dark side, Sep 29, 2018.

  1. A year?
    File labor charges on it.

    I know a ba and labor manager that colluded together to drag out a member's grievances for 3 yrs. Charges were filed twice and the member finally got paid.
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  2. Blackstream

    Blackstream Active Member

    It's in your best interest as a sup to not fight the union push for you to not work. There's enough pressure on you from upper management already to keep your area moving, do you really want to become expected to deal with the stress and headache and do the hard labor on top of it? You've probably seen enough of ups to know that ups tries to run as lean as possible, so if you, a supervisor with no union protection, are allowed to work, guess what? That area is now gonna get staffed like you're an employee they can actually production harass. Which means working won't be something you do on the really :censored2:ty days, it'll become a thing you have to do every day to keep your area running, and of course you'll have to do your normal job on top of it.

    Which also loses a job for the union, possibly more than one if ups can push you hard enough.
  3. The dark side

    The dark side Member

    You are spot on, I usually get stuck in some of the more difficult areas because I jump in the fires when we get torched.
  4. trickpony1

    trickpony1 Well-Known Member

    The cemetery is full of hero's.
  5. The dark side

    The dark side Member

    That’s my next stop
  6. What'dyabringmetoday???

    What'dyabringmetoday??? Well-Known Member

    Thank you for everything that you do. I imagine FedEx is teetering.
  7. Supervisors aren't supposed to touch boxes and they're the ones who actually saw some kind of raise which is why we all get so upset or worked up when we see them working but what people need to know is that you can grievance them for working and make money off then for them touching boxes if you get lucky enough to see a full timer or higher touching boxes then supposed you can grievance them and get paid either time and a half for however long they worked
  8. burrheadd

    burrheadd KING Of GIFS

  9. StewardwitBalls

    StewardwitBalls New Member

    If you don’t pay dues keep your :censored2:n hands in your pockets. Why do you feel compelled to work. Better yet keep doing it so I can get paid!!!!! I like the double/penalty pay!!!
  10. RolloTony Brown Town

    RolloTony Brown Town Active Member

    You’re at a 10. I’m gonna need you to bring that intensity down to a cool 5. That’d be great
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  11. RealPerson

    RealPerson Active Member

    Several supervisors work every day in our building.
    They say we have X amount of call offs.
    They say plan calls for X amount of people and we don't have that many. (Hiring freeze I heard)
    There are so many New hires with blue vests, that a supervisor can work in the same area.
  12. Rack em

    Rack em 2018 Brown Cafe Fantasy Football Champion

    File anyways, a hiring freeze is no excuse.
  13. StewardwitBalls

    StewardwitBalls New Member

    As long as they are training , they can handle pkgs. but after that training is over they still can’t resist handling pkgs. file on that bargaining work. Double pay!$$$$$
  14. ihateloading

    ihateloading New Member

    Sups in my hub load all the time but no one cares cause they’re usually loading trailers no one wants to load or they are helping you load a diarrhea flowing ass trailer. I hate that one sup works the bulk line all day, mostly because I want to be on the bulk line lol, but I see no real reason to throw a fit over it.

    Reading some of the replies I wish they wouldn’t load now. :censored2: the contract, we’re under staffed but have at least 3-4 trailers unmanned on my side of the outbound alone. They’re very very slow flowing trailers but someone’s still gotta watch them sometimes. And if someone doesn’t show up, or goes to hazmat class or something, we’re usually :censored2:ed lol. I haven’t seen a blue vest since late Nov-Dec and I work at :censored2:ing CACH lol
  15. MarvelousMunata

    MarvelousMunata The Scapegoat With Attitude

    Ive been trying to get a hold on a copy of the contract for over a year now..

    And have been asking like crazy for a copy of the new one.
  16. MarvelousMunata

    MarvelousMunata The Scapegoat With Attitude

    Hahaha, my sups know better than to touch my trucks. Theyll get more than cursed out and grieved with no warning.

    You wana play number games. Have me clock in an hour after some newbies and then try to rush my work to send me home early.
    Dont get mad or take :censored2: personal you unprofessional pricks when you watch me sign for that check.
  17. MarvelousMunata

    MarvelousMunata The Scapegoat With Attitude

    Ohohohohoooo and if they really think its only about the money.
    I dont need to grieve you. Theres always a corporate complaint. Which do you prefer?

    Supervisors be actin like hours and grievences get paid from their personal bank accounts.

    Call me in at a decent start time. Ask midnight if they want ot. Call drivers in early. No :censored2:ing reason for you to be working.
  18. StewardwitBalls

    StewardwitBalls New Member

    Double pay penalty pay for each supervisor working. The only way you will get help is by slapping em with a grievance. The company would probably just pay it out. I would let them work all week. And then file. :censored2: em
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  19. StewardwitBalls

    StewardwitBalls New Member

    You can get one from the World Wide Web. It’s a new thing.
  20. Brown echo

    Brown echo If u are not alive than for sure truth is not real

    IQ TEST , Why a delegate should get a second pension paid by the Members??? MR dark side.... Please others be free to answer!!