Excessive Overtime Advice
The UPS Driver Daily Log Book is a tool to help you track your day and protect yourself against production harassment and unfair discipline.
This NEW revised Log Book includes: tips for OJS rides and an OJS checklist; how to follow the methods and work smart; protecting yourself from falsification and “dishonesty” charges; and a supervisors working reporting form.
$4.00 each; $3 each for five or more. Click here to order.
Excessive overtime and 9.5 violations are out of control at UPS.
Get the facts on your 9.5 rights and how to enforce them by using the new 9.5 Rights Enforcement Form from TDU.
If you think the 9.5 Opt-In procedure is overly complicated and too weak, you’re right. And it’s no accident. Management set out to water down our protections from excessive OT and the Hoffa administration has gone along.
Under a contract loophole, UPS and the International Union have agreed to new restrictions that will make it harder for drivers to file grievances against excessive overtime.
Our contract is supposed to protect package car drivers from unwanted excessive overtime. But in a memo dated Dec. 18, the International Union announced that it had negotiated new guidelines that will make it tougher for members to file excessive overtime grievances.