Using a scanner in another loaders I.d

Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Birdblue, Dec 6, 2018 at 2:51 AM.

  1. Birdblue

    Birdblue Member

    I was wondering will I get fired for Loading packages in a trailer under another employees I.D. There was a package at the end of the night and I had clocked out and noticed that a package at a trailer that needed to be loaded and I went and got a scanner and scanned into a another loader loaders id because mine was torn and this has happened two other times and I did not know if I could get terminated for it even though I’m not trying to get any one into trouble or nothing or myself. Need honest answers please.
     
  2. Birdblue

    Birdblue Member

    And I think the two other times the packages were questionable if not a damage.
     
  3. TheBrownNote

    TheBrownNote New Member

    Why are you working off the clock... STOP IT
     
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  4. Birdblue

    Birdblue Member

    Are they going to fire me for me?
     
  5. Indecisi0n

    Indecisi0n Well-Known Member

    Article 34z impersonating another employee. They can walk you off the property for that.
     
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  6. Turdferguson

    Turdferguson Just a turd

    Dishonesty.
    Fired
     
  7. eats packages

    eats packages Crushing It

    The hand scanners? You do not need to scan your ID. Just type it in. Password is defaulted to the first 4 didgets of your ID.

    We have someone on the preload who does the same thing. There are buttons on the scanner. Use them.

    If worse comes to worse just pin it on lack of training. If they don't train us to use the scanners at all, then they should not be looking to be picky about sort/user differences when people just pick up random scanners that are already logged.
     
  8. HandOfGod

    HandOfGod New Member

    You wont be fired. I train new people constantly and just tell them to scan into my id when using scanners. It really doesn't matter that much.
    However; when it comes to sending potentially damaged packages down the line to other centers... Just fix the problems as you get them, don't pass the buck down the line.
     
  9. TearsInRain

    TearsInRain IE boogeyman

    no one gives a :censored2:
     
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  10. HandOfGod

    HandOfGod New Member

    You've obviously never been a clerk in a small center that receives larges amounts of damaged packages deliberately and maliciously placed in trailers so that they wouldn't have to process them at large hubs.
     
  11. HandOfGod

    HandOfGod New Member

    We all work together from the east coast to the west coast. We are a team and every dollar we save doing our job affects the entire company. Don't send your garbage on to other centers is all I'm saying!
     
  12. burrheadd

    burrheadd Esquire

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  13. Indecisi0n

    Indecisi0n Well-Known Member

    I am told the total opposite. They tell me all the time to take the junk trailers out to centers we don't like.