Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Mr.Blonde, Jan 12, 2019 at 7:30 AM.
How reliable is this transfer? How reliable is the diad in general?
There was a test done here before, 76%
I had a seasonal air cover driver transfer work and there was a stop with two packages. one got scanned never made it on my truck the other one made it on and didn’t get scanned. Crappy thing is I gave it to the customer told him theres another driver that has it and it will be there shortly. The other driver said he didn’t have it on his truck....
Though the standard deviation was -48%/+1%
Gave away a package? Its declared value comes from your paycheck. But tell your situation to LP, and they won't deduct from your check for coming forward in honesty.
In what contract? Ive never heard of that.
Not found and move down the road, just make damn sure its not on your truck!. The driver "turfing" packages will get caught eventually and will get a short, unpaid "time-out."
Whatever driver that has it on their truck better deliver it , even if they find it at the end of the night, would rather be talking to a Sup about being over than having to explain not scanning a pkg found on the truck.
Even if the second pkg didn’t get transferred, I hope you scanned the one you had.
What time zone, and how many times has it fell out the passenger door?
Trust me I did. I checked every package at least 4 times because mistakes happen. I always scan packages. If you pick it up, scan it. Turfing? Ya, at my center I started to hear rumors of drivers payin people off to do misloads and have their pick. I feel disgusted to work there when I think of that rumor.
Exactly! These guys complain about working and complain about not working. Pick a side and stick to it. We have a job that entails guaranteed delivery that day. If this keeps on happening people are gunna find another way besides ups. I like my check and I want other people to experience the opportunity we as drivers have. Its not just a career and we have to protect the shield.
If it’s a misload and in my truck, and I send it in and can deliver it myself without going to the other side of the county, I’ll puy a ‘y’ where it asks if you can deliver it. If no one calls to meet me I’ll deliver it myself as long as they don’t care... paid by the hour!
If it didn’t get transferred it’s on the two drivers.
Count how many packages are being transferred total. Make sure that many are on the truck and make sure that many are scanned.
Well I wasn’t to worried about that till now. not only did the package get scanned and left on his truck
It straight disappeared and I was the one who sheeted not found. called that driver and oms.
I’ve gone two counties away to deliver a misload. I don’t give a damn.
I once volunteered after I got back to the building to go on a 3 hour round trip to make a pickup that supposedly was missed. (EASY MONEY) I got there and they had nothing going. I called in and they just said come on back. Turns out they had told me the wrong account. The one with the missed pickup was next door in that industrial park. On my way back in I met another driver heading back over there to the right place. This was before cell phones. 6 hours + of overtime between 2 drivers for a couple of packages.
That's a negligible slip-up compared to our center.
New driver gets sent to airport with the air.
Get's lost, doesn't know where to go because of improper training.
Trailer of air/international doesn't go out that night.
I'm sure UPS just "emergency conditioned" the whole flight. No big deal.
Sounds like you actually do. Lol.
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