Mamaluke. You gonna learn, learn right
I’m Italian. I say mamaluke.Marmaluc' is Italian for a Marmaluke who is anyone who thinks he or she is hot :censored:. It comes from the Marmalukes who as Muslims couldn't use other Muslims as slaves, so they would go into a conquered city and have the parents bring out their young children to the street as they rode by...www.urbandictionary.com
Explain why you think you deserve more than a fellow part timer doing the same job as you.Now you work 4 years and make the same as a new hire or worked 9 years and get 50 cents over the new hire start rate. So yes that is bull
Explain why you think you deserve more than a fellow part timer doing the same job as you.
You won't hear a 30 year driver complaining that a 5 year driver makes the same amount as him.
I've tried to explain that to some part-time people in my center...they just look at you like you have a turd hanging out of your mouth.
I worry for the future of our company and our country.
If you have been working over 40 hours a week for 3 years why isn't it a FT job? Because the company would have to pay you FT wages. PT is just a way for UPS to pay Union members minimum wages.Just my take as a part timer. I started in 2020 right when covid started being a thing at 14/hr with a bonus that was only gonna last a year. Over the past 3 years between bonuses mras back to bonuses and mras I've never made more than 20.25 and that was only because of peak. Right now with an mra I'm at 18.5. The contract as I understand it will bump me to 21 and 25ish by 2028. Not exactly firework worthy but decent for where I live. While I didn't intend on it this became my full time job as I average over 40 hrs a week for all 3 years I've been here(and we have the over 5hr or 6th punch overtime). To me a 2.5 raise and an extra holiday seems like its a decent deal. I know I wasn't around in 2018 so I can't speak to the long haul just saying from my perspective it seems like a decent deal. And yes I bid on every inside 22.3 that posts but I'm realistic in that it will probably take a while longer to get the seniority to get one.