Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by over9five, Dec 31, 2012.
1. We will no longer use EC as an excuse for missed packages.
2. We will continue to pay that slacker/bum "jones" far in excess of what he deserves.
2.5. ....and all the rest of those lazy Teamsters!
3. We will give our drivers their preferred paid day. You want 8 hours? You got it! You want 10 hours? you got it!
instead we will use WGAS 1,2, and 3
We will fix EDD PAS ORION and every other program that puts three drivers in the same subdivision.
Why are we labeled as lazy, I go to work everyday and do my job, the way they showed me...
I'm going to continue to babysit all my teamsters.
There are a few bad ones. But you must blame company for that, they let them get away with it for so long.... Out of the 85 drivers in my center there are about 7 cry babies. So going in with them to represent them is a challenge....
hit missed...they wont like that!!!!
I resolve to be a safer driver even if it means ten less stops per day.....BC
Also as I am at the age that retirement is possible I resolve to work slower than last year....BC
"Parts on order" will never again be used to put an unsafe car on road.
I'm going to try to lose some weight so I can look hotter for the hillbilly ladies on my route.
Yeah tires ordered when the metal band is showing is not acceptable.
I pledge not to let those cornholes i work 4 to get under my skin......I will bring my wife ear to work.......i will just smile and say yes dear!!
No more Lunch Naps in the back of the truck only to wake up 2 1/2 hours later.
No more sales leads....thats not my stinking job!!!!
To slow down and get paid more to work safer/slower
Here's one for you. Split route I did for peak. Every 3-5 days I would get packages for an apartment complex office. Just the office. Nothing in the complex. Finally I get to asking about it. Apparently the office has a different zip then the rest of the complex. The rest of the complex is delivered by a different center. Are you effing kidding me?
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