Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Yolo, Nov 28, 2019.
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Sad part is the driver will get fired for cursing at her. This company has a history of not backing it's drivers.
Sorry, but the helper did not handle that well, and the driver is responsible for the helper.
It's simple: "I am the driver, he is my helper. Sorry for the misunderstanding, have a nice day"
Enter package car, leave.
Lady it a nut job
She's on something. And if she were really fearing something, why is she 2 feet away from what makes her so nervous?
Disagree. The company screened and hired the helper so the driver is not responsible for the helper's actions. The driver is responsible to report that situation to management. If the driver can diffuse the situation it is a plus and then report it to management immediately.
Don't blame a good driver for what an off the street seasonal does if they aren't complicit.
I have neighbors like this and I love it. Why do you expect her to be afraid? Very sexist, shame on you.
All I'm thinking is, where can I get a black hand truck?
I used to love when they’d try and tell me I’am responsible for their helper
uh, no I’am not you want to send him with me that’s on you I’am responsible for me
Enter ... upstate.
He was always responsible for his helper.
Probably trained the helper to climb on the hood of the truck and wash the windows while he pumped fuel.
Isnt it ironic that the hourly are responsible for everything possible in this place.
Didnt wash your glass and mirrors the night before?
Labor mgr says "we're not forcing you out on the street with dirty windows and mirrors".
The pt supes arent responsible for anything on local sort or the preload. No wonder drivers get attitudes of hatefulness and they take that out to the streets with their crap loads and filthy trucks.
The driver should have told the helper to sit down in the jump seat and shut up. He should have then apologized to the crazy bitch and gone on to the next stop.
He had nothing to apologize for. “This young man is a seasonal UPS employee. Have a good day ma’am.”
I thought the young kid handled the situation pretty good. Clearly the lady is a nut case. The only thing he didn't do that he should of was call the cops himself.
I like when people take responsibility for stopping crime in their own neighborhoods. Crazy nosey neighbors keep my stuff safe while I'm working.
Nothing wrong with that but seriously-a guy wearing a UPS vest pushing a cart full of packages around this time of year really doesn't scream "crime of the century".
Sure, but I'd say when he starts cursing at her the UPS vest loses all credibility. No legit employee would talk like that.
Crosswalks were above his pay grade though.
So was the car's bumper.
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