Discussion in 'UPS Union Issues' started by Jumpin Jack Flash, Mar 23, 2020.
You mean early? I have to get up at 3 and leave at 4.
Thought you were a driver. My fault.
Past tense, was.
Ah, damn that has to be a tough schedule change to get used to.
Haven't had a full nights rest except when Friday and Saturday come. No traffic and I get off at 1 pm. No overtime, so it's less money. Good and bad mixed together.
We have bottle filling stations and old fountains. Lazy ones run to the fountain. Saw one guy get water from a sink in the bacteria infested bathroom.
I agree wholeheartedly and it is a shame that not all buildings have these amenities at this time.
Our mechanic has it
How is UPS handling it? He’s quarantined obviously. How about all those who he came in contact? Has the Union reached out to see how he is? Lmao
Billion dollar company, guess that’s why. Employees are always put last
What about Epstein
Epstein needs to take his broke to jail and room with Cosby so they can share stories of evil.
Cach facility has 2 confirmed cases of covid19 and still no extra cleaning not providing latex gloves or masks or lysol or wipes it a breeding ground for viruses. And my went to work willingly knowing this. Imy really thinking about working 1 day a week to keep my insurance for the next month it would break me financially but IL probably be alive.
I heard he licked each part time sups walkie talkie....
Is that what the sups called it?
you think the empire’s gonna let you work one day a week
good luck with that
Yes they actually will. Enough sheep to replace me
Still cramming multiple people in loads, zero presence properly disinfecting critical surfaces (handrails, door handles, sink taps, scanners), zero facemasks, zero hand towels in the bathrooms. People still using hand dryers and herding people into community computer stations for punch-in. Want to stop and prevent the spread in American workers? Facemasks must be mandatory in the workplace. UPS is shameful - a bunch of poor managers, no leaders. Much the same as many countries.
Wake up, growth is exponential. This is a marathon and it's going to take a lot of pain until people get a grip. Too many people actively shedding the virus are asymptomatic. "It's just the flu, bro."
First, there is that whole Hipaa violation thing if anyone notifies anyone about a medical condition. If you have herpes, even though it could spread to others, the company or any individual in the company violates the law if they tell others. A person has the right to privacy. If they let others know then that is their right. Next, do you know if they didn't reach out?
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