Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by poophappens, Nov 19, 2013.
I've had it off before and It was wonderful.
Over a third of our center had helpers today, and they were still sending drivers home. I guess the seasonals need their time, but I found it odd.
A peek into the future?
Two days and I've only got 30 minutes OT :shrug:
Cosmo, I've got a finger for you. You've got nine guesses to figure out which one
Hey, you don't talk like that to a potential golf partner!
Yup. They have cover drivers driver helping in my center. And theres still cover drivers on lay off. So that means no driving for me as a pt-utility.... Its flippin retarded.. Damn near 1,000%(about 150-300% more than normal) and i havent delivered any ground in almost 2 months.... Hooefully here soon.... Hopin its the calm before the storm hits the fan!
I don't work. its like a sunday drive.
Boss told me tonight she wants to keep me in her back pocket for when things go really south. I am O K with that.
The guy who ran over a dude on a bicycle Wednesday night probly won't have to work peak...
Peak is already here in our center. And Management already screwing up. No surprise.
One of my coworkers was walked out last week for not reporting an accident.
He most likely will not have to work peak.
Ive been out injured since 1-2012. I will not be working peak this year.
I will be working on wearing out my comfy chair.
we had one of those too, had an accident earlier in the week, and waited until the end of the night to mention it.
I suppose he will not be working peak.
Me too. Ain't worked the last 3 peaks.
I would not be surprised if at least one, if not all three, will be back for Peak with their discipline reduced to a time-served suspension.
Last two drivers in my center that did not report accidents were permanently let go at panel. Both of these guys were over-allowed employees on a daily basis and not favorites of management.
This particular driver is a runner-gunner and frequently runs 3 hours+ bonus on a daily basis, cutting corners at any chance he can get. His panel hearing is December 4th and will be curious to see the results.
Could set one hell of a precedent for any future discharges resulting from non-reports.
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