UPS driver pay confusion

I was hired as a seasonal rpcd ($21/hr) on my first check from integrad. I am being told I will be laid off after peak or go inside and work preload. If I go inside will I most likely be a cover driver or air driver if they have a spot? Do cover drivers start at 85% of the full rate? how much is that currently? And what is the top rate? How does this work when I get on the rpcd payscale progression? Do you have to start over?
 

rod

#1 on Upstates "list"
I was hired as a seasonal rpcd ($21/hr) on my first check from integrad. I am being told I will be laid off after peak or go inside and work preload. If I go inside will I most likely be a cover driver or air driver if they have a spot? Do cover drivers start at 85% of the full rate? how much is that currently? And what is the top rate? How does this work when I get on the rpcd payscale progression? Do you have to start over?
Too many questions. Get through peak first and see if you are kept on--very few are at most places.
 
I was hired as a seasonal rpcd ($21/hr) on my first check from integrad. I am being told I will be laid off after peak or go inside and work preload. If I go inside will I most likely be a cover driver or air driver if they have a spot? Do cover drivers start at 85% of the full rate? how much is that currently? And what is the top rate? How does this work when I get on the rpcd payscale progression? Do you have to start over?
First you have to get hired
You are a seasonal
 

542thruNthru

Well-Known Member
I was hired as a seasonal rpcd ($21/hr) on my first check from integrad. I am being told I will be laid off after peak or go inside and work preload. If I go inside will I most likely be a cover driver or air driver if they have a spot? Do cover drivers start at 85% of the full rate? how much is that currently? And what is the top rate? How does this work when I get on the rpcd payscale progression? Do you have to start over?
You have to start over and also you probably won't be a cover or air for a few years.
 
At integrad, they told us "y'all about to make 40 dollars an hour", but it seems a bit misleading, I applied for rpcd on the website, but now find out I have to probably be a pt cover driver that pays less?
 

burrheadd

KING Of GIFS
I was hired as a seasonal rpcd ($21/hr) on my first check from integrad. I am being told I will be laid off after peak or go inside and work preload. If I go inside will I most likely be a cover driver or air driver if they have a spot? Do cover drivers start at 85% of the full rate? how much is that currently? And what is the top rate? How does this work when I get on the rpcd payscale progression? Do you have to start over?
lol
 

PT Car Washer

Well-Known Member
At integrad, they told us "y'all about to make 40 dollars an hour", but it seems a bit misleading, I applied for rpcd on the website, but now find out I have to probably be a pt cover driver that pays less?
Nobody currently makes $40/hr. At the end of the current contract, yes for those that have made it through the 4 year progression.
 
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