Terminated for burning packages

Discussion in 'UPS Union Issues' started by Mario Torres, Jul 3, 2018.

  1. Never use NI for commercial, ever. Never use NR, ever.
     
  2. Rack em

    Rack em Well-Known Member

    If I have late air I own my mistake but I don't belittle myself to management in order to avoid a warning letter. People make mistakes, besides most of the time late air is the companies own fault.
     
  3. rickyb

    rickyb Well-Known Member

    i know how to drive safe.

    as you know, your on probation when they make you do these ridiculous safety bureacracy memorizations.

    tell me, when your doing ANY driving test, do you have to memorize 1 page of words??? i even got my professional license, it was computer quiz and driving test.

    i am in favor of workers raising hell, but the problem with workers at UPS and people outside of UPS is conformity and obedience.
     
  4. When I say suck I mean it literally, she eats that :censored2: right up!
     
  5. In2Deep?

    In2Deep? Member

    Run Orion stop for stop, work at a safe steady pace utilizing tools like your hand cart and most importantly take your lunch and breaks in between the third and sixth hour like the contract says.

    You’ll notice that when Routes are cut out Orion will bump stuff that it doesn’t Recognize for your route to the top above your regular business and that will usually include residentials. when you look at the Orion computer in the morning it’ll have each stop with the timestamp saying when you should be at each certain stop. You will also notice that the computer does not leave room for your lunch and breaks per the contract. It takes all accountability out of your hands and put it all on the broken system the company is created. They will not tell you to not run Orion and they cannot tell you to skip your lunch and breaks. You have to be persistent but they will break eventually whether it be sending help out to you every single day or pulling it off your truck in the morning. It works.
     
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  6. proyer

    proyer Member

    Safety is for everyone, and you chose this job, So follow the rules. If you don’t like it, quit or STFU.
     
  7. rickyb

    rickyb Well-Known Member

    if people choose a job and corporations and government have rules which are insufficient, then no workers should not "STFU".

    its not safe how much UPS drivers work. the railway was not safe; the equipment design was not safe but it was cheap. being unable to refuse a call in the night was not safe but its was profitable.
     
  8. BigUnionGuy

    BigUnionGuy Got the T-Shirt



    Gee....

    More lecturing from a non-UPS canuk.
     
  9. rickyb

    rickyb Well-Known Member

    worked at UPS. just like other guys here.
     
  10. Indecisi0n

    Indecisi0n Well-Known Member

    How do you sheet a business that you walk into and no one is around? No workers or customers.
     
  11. clean hairy

    clean hairy Well-Known Member

    Did indecision say that?
     
  12. AlliSeeisBrown

    AlliSeeisBrown Active Member

    You're supposed to use NR when you attempt a call tag and the customer doesn't have it ready to go out.
     
  13. Brisket

    Brisket Active Member

    Yes, because I am one of many that qualified on a truck much bigger than I drive now, and I had to know the slack adjusters, push rods, etc, in order to even start the road test.
     
  14. Coldworld

    Coldworld Ringleader of this sht show...

    What the hell are slack adjusters??
     
  15. trickpony1

    trickpony1 Well-Known Member

  16. Coldworld

    Coldworld Ringleader of this sht show...

  17. burrheadd

    burrheadd Esquire

    “Professional license”

    Lmao
     
  18. rickyb

    rickyb Well-Known Member

    to drive trucks :S
     
  19. rickyb

    rickyb Well-Known Member

    i did the same, and i didnt have to write out 1 page of words like UPS to "be safe" LOL
     
  20. Brown_Star

    Brown_Star Methods Man

    Nobody in mailroom NI1