Discussion in 'UPS Union Issues' started by wide load, Jun 10, 2018.
Glorified part timer.
I hope they make it 5 years
Let's end it part time poverty by creating more inside combo jobs 22.3 they pay into full time pension just like a driver.
current contract is a 48 month progression which is 4 years
I said WAS.. NOT CURRENTLY
NIW STFU AND GO BOTHER SOMEONE ELSE
correct you said was 3
then you doubled down and said it has been 3 years for a while which when interpreted = present tense.
I will not stfu. And I will continue to bother you =)
Well played snowflake, well played
If they attempt to seek two-tiered wages, that will be an immediate no vote from me. I will not be the last generation of UPS workers who actually received a proper career from Brown. That has wrecked the entire culture at Ford. We don't need it here.
Auto no vote...
1.Trade pension for 401k match; any gutting of the pension or not including contributions for newer full timers.
2. If there is no new language eliminating 70 hour weeks
3. Split 5 day weeks
4. Weekend work for present M-Friday drivers
5. 2nd class drivers/lower top pay or hybrid drivers.
6. Less than $4.50 over 5 years in wage increases
Record profits, booming economy, worker shortages, double digit increases.in executive pay= no concessions.
Ok keyboard gangsta!!
No I believe it's 4 years for progression
Article 41 of the Master.
(c) The progression for employees entering a package car driving,
feeder or other full-time job (other than an air driver or a job cov-
ered by Section 3 below) after August 1, 2013 shall be as follows:
Twelve (12) months $19.50
Twenty-four (24) months $21.00
Thirty-six (36) months $25.00
Forty-eight (48) months Top Rate
It's on page 155
And that’s what you get when you elect Democrats to run your government.
And the pubs aren't any better. Stop fooling yourself
I am already voting no on the next contract, the one after that, and the one after that.
Your joking right? Sorry, but no state income tax, and low property taxes make the $90k plus we earn go a lot further. Much more affordable to live in a red state, than a blue one. States like California, and New York have taxed people right out of their state, forced to move. You can still buy a nice home here for under $200k, and pay less than $3k in property taxes.
They dont tax them out of the state. They tax them into living on the streets in tents
That does not describe ALL red states or ALL blue states. I’ll bet you think Montana is a red state.
Did you find anything in my reply false? If you live in California, you are paying 13% for a state income tax, now that’s a lot of cheese. The property taxes are high, and so is the sales tax. All of that turns a decent income, into a crap income.
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