The "Back Pay" Situation

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longhorns19

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Hello yes I'm relatively new, have been at UPS for about 6 months, and have heard things about the new "contract" going through and people getting "raises" and "back pay"... all very exciting words. I was told by an unreliable source of information that I would be included in and receive the "back pay" and wanted to either confirm the source is unreliable or confirm that I'm getting "back pay".

Does anyone know about this? I searched for a thread about this for 45 whole seconds and couldn't find anything. :didimiss:
 

watdaflock?

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It's possible he's right, but my understanding is employees within their first year won't get retro checks. If you've been here more than a year, you do.
 
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Whitelightning1534

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Hello yes I'm relatively new, have been at UPS for about 6 months, and have heard things about the new "contract" going through and people getting "raises" and "back pay"... all very exciting words. I was told by an unreliable source of information that I would be included in and receive the "back pay" and wanted to either confirm the source is unreliable or confirm that I'm getting "back pay".

Does anyone know about this? I searched for a thread about this for 45 whole seconds and couldn't find anything. :didimiss:


Sorry to disappoint you but you're only getting the raise not the backpay because you were a peak season hire and not a permanent employee until January 1st everybody who was a peak season employee who got hired on permanent us not eligible to receive a back pay check sorry to burst your bubble but it is what it is
 
Sorry to disappoint you but you're only getting the raise not the backpay because you were a peak season hire and not a permanent employee until January 1st everybody who was a peak season employee who got hired on permanent us not eligible to receive a back pay check sorry to burst your bubble but it is what it is

He didn’t state if he was just a seasonal hire. I was hired during peak season, as a permanent employee. It’s quite possible he was too.
 

Saca La

What is it?
If you’ve only been there for 6 months. How much “back pay” do you really think your gonna get, if any.
 

Yolo

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Your back pay will be the difference between what the contract says you were supposed to be paid and what you were actually paid.
 

longhorns19

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Sorry to disappoint you but you're only getting the raise not the backpay because you were a peak season hire and not a permanent employee until January 1st everybody who was a peak season employee who got hired on permanent us not eligible to receive a back pay check sorry to burst your bubble but it is what it is

It's not a burst bubble. Just tired of another miserable human being trying to start * with someone they dont know because his home life is unbearable ? I dont get the motivation behind it but w/e. Dude likes to tell stories. What can you do ya know.
 
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