Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Jkloc420, Dec 16, 2015.
Do any of you drivers ever tip your loaders for x-mas?
I try to give tips on proper loading but they seem to go in one ear and out the other.
I'm a cover driver so no but I haven't seen a load worthy of a tip in years.
Sounds like a sure fire way to create animosity among the drones, that won't do.
I demand a raise and tip for the pro loading that I do.
Yes. I tip a days pay (my loaders pay, not mine lol) and I send home something for my loader's kids.
Seems it is more old timers that tip the loaders if it is an everyday loader.
My first peak as a loader my drivers had 24, 15, and maybe 5 years respectively. Each one stuffed an envelope for me.
If you have the same loader everyday and they do a good job I don't see how you can't tip.
If you have a regular loader. You should give him or her a little something.
I gave my loader a tip this morning: Get some glasses.
My tip formy loader will be "learn to load my truck properly, RDC doesnt mean all over the place"
Preloading is not as easy as you think.
Usually it's $50 for loader, and $50 for the helper.
This year it's $100 for the helper since he is taking a beating due to the mess the loader leaves me with.
It's not easy but a little effort goes a long way.
That's the spirit.
And don't forget to throw something into the Salvation army kettle and make a food donation to the food bank.
My loader sucks. He gets nada. If I had a good one I would have no problems giving $50-100.
Hells yeah he's getting a tip. He's a great kid and a better loader.
tip for loader, "LEAVE before I clock in!"
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