Anybody know the restrictions on working after retirement. In other words can a feeder driver drive a truck as long as its not in the same package delivery industry? I'm in the western conference.
In the western confrence you can work anywhere you want as long as you stay separated from ups for at least 6 months or a year. After after that time you can work for ups again.
I get a lot of different answers depending on who you ask. Does anybody know if there is anything in writing to show what the restrictions are? There must be some standard writen somewhere about this.
Are you sure? We had retired feeder drivers move to a different area so they could drive truck after they retired. We had a meeting with union reps about retirement, my understanding was we could work anywhere but not doing the same thing.
I did that for the 1st 5 years along with traveling, but since the wife retired a couple of years ago I took a couple of fun jobs ( total of about 10 hours a week) just so we wouldn't get on each others nerves. You other retired people will understand what I mean.My retirement job will require sitting in a lawn chair siping exotic libations and waiting for the mailman to bring me checks from The Teamsters and whomever is handling my 401K. BM