Hooray for Britain who rejected the empowered elite's quest for a new world order and one world government.
Britain's decision along with Trump's GOP victory and Bernie Sanders' strong showing in the Democratic primary against the shills of the empowered elite, the Bushs and the Clintons, shows the world is rejecting the agenda of the empowered elite to extend their control and wealth while impoverishing the rest of us and forcing us into constant, contrived military conflicts.
We have met the enemy and they is us!
In the "old" days - before PETA became a force - women used to wear big fur coats during the winter. Those furs used to be stored for them during the off season. The places that stored them issued a fur call and a box and the driver would go out and pick up the coat, put it in the box and return it to the storage location. The business would store it over the summer and UPS would re-deliver it to the customer in the fall.
On the Republican side, the .01% is starting to get the message that they DO NOT represent the rest of the Countries' Republicans.
Trump's nomination comes despite Millions being spent to oppose him.
I am not a huge Trump supporter, but he is different from what we have had for years.
A definition of insanity is taking the same action and expecting a different result...
Trump's nomination at least represents a different action, we will have to see about results...
If the Teamsters support them as they should this will make the 1997 losses like coffee money . How greedy can management be ? The more they make the more they feel entitled to take away . They raise their prices on a whim and operate as if they are doing all their employees a favor employing them . They should come under heavy pressure to settle from their biggest accounts who play plenty and deserve better .
Those are Teamster pensions, run by the Teamsters. UPS made the contributions, they did their part. Look to those who promised the pension payout. Ask them what the return was on their "promise".
Sentiment: Strong Buy
It appears the Power Brokers of both parties are trying once again to shove their preferred candidates down our throats.
Upset with our Presidential Choices?- Then just don't vote in the November Presidential election!!!!????
Quite frankly this may sound juvenile and myopic, but there is a method to this madness.
First of all, the power brokers of each party assume the candidate of the other party is so repulsive, most of their party members will surely support their hand picked candidate.
Secondly, one party will lose and if the voter turn out is low the losing party may think twice before again shoving a candidate down own throats.
Finally, if voter turn out is less than 50% of all registered voters the winning party's candidate cannot claim wide spread support for his or her platform which could influence their decisions during their first term.
Think about it folks, we do have an alternative to having the party power brokers and their empowered elite friends constantly shoving their candidates/shills down our throats!
About 10 minutes ago the CFO of UPS was on CNBC stating that UPS made an agreement back in 2008 when UPS bought out of the Central States Pension for $6.5 Billion, that if there were ever any cuts in the Central States Pension fund they would make up the difference, because they never expected any new laws that would allow pension cuts. They are pleading with the treasury to not let this go through, the beginning of May the decision will be coming.
Been there a long time and couldn't agree more . Forget everything you learned from your parents and in church and you will make it here . Management is contaminated with liars , back stabbers and cheats . They short your pay every chance they get , try to erase your seniority and pretend to care about safety . What a shameless disgrace .
With the Amzn discount does UPS actually make a lot of money on AMZN packages? It's not just about volume- it's about margins and profitability...
If you're out there doing an excellent job, being safe, working your butt off and doing everything you can & i'm not talking just about 340 Methods... being polite & courteous, growing the business and staying true to the business model & communicating with your ctr management team that you're going to roll some stops because Superman himself couldn't of done it. Most times they'll listen to you and if they don't... shame on them... take pride within yourself for the excellent service you provide on a daily basis.
Now, I read that you said you're purposely miss-delivering packages & no company in their right mind can tolerate that. As a UPS shareholder I don't like to hear that.
So do the job right and forget about if they think you're a 'good guy' or not. You're the one that knows the answer to that question.
UPS has reportedly been contracted by the president to fly thousands of illegals into this country in the dark of night and then have them dispersed without any tracking at all. Can anyone confirm this??
Yikes buddy, like someone said, you need to let go already. I was there 35 yrs and I can match you gripe for gripe. Yes it was nice to be recognized for safe driving, showing up for work, getting a turkey etc. but lets face it, its all about the money at ups--always has been. You have to put up with their bs sometimes but If your smart you can navigate though it no problem. Is there a resentment between hourly and management, of course there is and always will be. I had a center manager once ( now a multi millionaire ) who wouldn't be able to clean the toilets at McDonalds if his life depended on it--we all know a few like that. But he was my boss and I had to put up with him while he was there. Then he moved on and guess what? I still got a paycheck every Friday. So suck it up, get it done ( for your family if nothing else ) and remember that its not forever. When you get to retirement like me you'll say yes it was a lot of work but it was worth it. Good luck to you.
my driver had a supe on the car the other day and told me orion results so far improved trace by 17%....who knows ...he could be lying