What are the cardinal sins that will get you permanently fired?

Discussion in 'UPS Union Issues' started by Ipopsheep, May 13, 2019.

  1. CalDrvr06

    CalDrvr06 Member

    We also had a early a.m. drivers (25 yrs senority) routinely go hm for about 30-45min and take his break even when he hadn't earned them for a looong time. They even followed him to confirm. He got suspended but still employed and working.
  2. unloady

    unloady Active Member

    Be honest, don’t fight on UPS Property, DO NOT STEAL, show up on time everyday on your scheduled shift, and don’t come in under the influence. If you need the day off, call in 1 HOUR before your scheduled shift. You know, basic things that every decent person should abide by. If you follow these methods I can promise that you will always have a job at UPS.
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    LITTLE BOSS MAN New Member

    No weapons in the building.


  4. burrheadd

    burrheadd KING Of GIFS

    Lmao you must have never been around a night sort
  5. Big Package

    Big Package Handler

    Preload is better on ADHD medication. Especially if you don't have ADHD.
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  6. Eat Sleep Fish

    Eat Sleep Fish Isaiah 5:20

    There was a time when my "friday night" start time was 5 am Saturday. I could go to the bar, then come in and pass out on the belt by the time clock. I wasn't the only one, especially the friday before Derby. Man those were the days.
  7. unloady

    unloady Active Member

    It’s the same thing on preload. Everyone comes in mumbling and slurring or they have their eyes popping out of their skulls. Coming in sober just gives management one less thing they can use against you.
  8. Scuderia

    Scuderia Member

    what if you forget to throw away your piss bottle?

    What if you comeback with a tree branch stuck to your mirror?

    What if you get your truck towed?

    What if you pump premium instead of regular?

    What if run out of gas because you refuse to put $20 of your own money, because the center still owes you $40 bucks?

    What if you work straight through because you want to combine all your breaks at the end to watch the end of the Monday night game?

    What if all the helpers they try to get you bail, and you end up working 13.99 hours?

    What if you deliver your own package to yourself and draw a middle finger on the signature screen?

    What if you give an angry customer your supervisor’s personal cell number?

    I may or may not be guilty of some of these.
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  9. Fuzzy Brown

    Fuzzy Brown Member

    We had a guy get fired for getting rid of his piss bottle by putting it a customer’s package.
  10. Turdferguson

    Turdferguson Just a turd

    So in the West as long as you are not on duty, you can whip a supervisors ass?
  11. tadpole

    tadpole Active Member

    The first time you administer the beatdown, they have to write you up. Next time you whoop them, you get a warning letter.
  12. 542thruNthru

    542thruNthru Well-Known Member

    Not on duty or on property. So make sure you cross the street.
  13. Turdferguson

    Turdferguson Just a turd

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  14. I have been lurking

    I have been lurking On the spectrum

    Now what if the vehicle that hits the stupidvisor launches them across the street?
  15. Janedoey

    Janedoey Member

    “Unprovoked” so if an employee got in another employee face is that consider provoke if the employee hits the person that came in their face?
  16. 542thruNthru

    542thruNthru Well-Known Member

    Well I know I would hit someone if they came in my face. Especially if they didn't at least take me to a nice dinner.

    I don't know. I know I wouldn't chance it. It's easier to walk away. Only way I'm fighting is if someone hits me.
  17. Janedoey

    Janedoey Member

    I’m a female he’s male he came so close to me like he was going to kiss me
  18. burrheadd

    burrheadd KING Of GIFS

    a knee to the nuts would seem like an appropriate response
  19. 542thruNthru

    542thruNthru Well-Known Member

    Then you need to speak with someone about his attitude before it gets violent.
  20. Janedoey

    Janedoey Member

    We never got into it before this is the first so it just happened then and there and the union they’re trying to help I guess they wanted me to quit but the union told them I’m not quiting they made the decison for me I feel like what I’m saying is just being ignored the bottom line is even if the camera shows it how am I in Trouble when he came so close to my face? That’s grounds to be hit but I didn’t. I heard people came back to work a lot of times under work place violence I’m a great worker and all the managers know this and major of the union says that I’m usually a quiet person it’s sucks the coworker is jealous that they provoked me