Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Matthew511, May 21, 2020.
Which by that time will be worth around $7.
More they made off him a buyout
I would take a buy out on my pension.
The 2 week notice is ridiculous.
The Employer doesn't give you 2 week notice when they fire you
I guess you got to quit your job then!!
I think I'm up to $1,000 a month thank you very much. I'll be in my mom's basement for life.
This guy gets it
Take a dump at the top of the belt.
You aren't in the West Chester hub, are you?
When I quit I will give no notice.
Just one day they won't see me there and my sup's number will be blocked in my phone.
I'll probably do it in the middle of the week too.
Like work Monday and Tuesday but then just ghost on Wednesday. That way it's even more unexpected.
western conference. Pretty good for a 20hr side job. Combine that with my other job and things aren't really that bad. But I was overestimating. Im part time, 7-8 years in and my annual payable benefit is $8700. It gets increased a good $1200-$2200/yr. So it may reach $20k by the time I'm dead.
I'm interested in your buyout amount if they offer one.
So u rush all the way to the goal line just to fumble at the 1? Just do ur last 2 weeks and go out classy bro.
Is there a reason that you don't like to use all of the keys on your keyboard?
I once gave a 2 week notice at the machine shop I was working at when I was moving back to Mn. from Ill. just before I got drafted. The following day the boss came up to me and said "why don't you just leave now because I can see you aren't going to be worth to us the next 2 weeks". I left.
Where does it say in the contract a 2 week notice is required?
Giving a 2 week notice is an agreement between you and Management outside the scope of the contract.
Therefore it is a violation of the contract.
Imagine having to give two weeks notice after catching some guy stealing from you.
I’d rather burn my business down for the insurance money and move to a freer country like Somalia.
I would too. My bro in law got to at AT&T. So, what would that look like and how much on the dollar would you settle for? Seriously interested what you think/feel. Thanks.
Why wouldn't that be immediate termination for cause?
The company would also prefer to get that liability off of their books.
We thank you for your service. Not a lot of you guys made it back from WWI
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