Call in sick and pto

Discussion in 'XPO Logistics' started by sportsman800, Feb 20, 2018.

  1. sucker666

    sucker666 Well-Known Member

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    At this point in my career I wished I wasn't a truck driver, no fun any longer. Thank you for the compliment ( I think ?)
     
  2. pimpjuice

    pimpjuice Active Member

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    Nope u can't go negative now
     
  3. icedriver

    icedriver Well-Known Member

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    Well you better call HR and let them know that the policy manual is wrong then. Unless you were hired after 1/1/2011.
     
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  4. ole man

    ole man Well-Known Member

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    Sir: I believe you can! I just went negative on the upcoming paycheck. Negative 3.829 hours. Something is amiss!!
     
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  5. smokin'joe

    smokin'joe Just Smokin' the Blues...

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    You must have 0 or positive balance by the end of 2018.
    Any time taken in 2019 and forward, you must have PTO time available or no can do.
     
  6. dalesr

    dalesr Well-Known Member

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    So it’s going to be a balancing act. You don’t want too much PTO time in case you leave the company, but you need to have some saved up to take a vacation. God forbid you get sick. There goes your vacation time that you paid for a rental/airfare for. Another roll of the dice and possible win for the company.
     
  7. sucker666

    sucker666 Well-Known Member

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    Correct if you’re sick early in the year and use pto time you may not have enough time to take a scheduled vacation later in the year. It’s going to be ugly in the later part of the year for some.
     
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  8. ole man

    ole man Well-Known Member

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    All of this is another big XPO FU!
     
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  9. smokin'joe

    smokin'joe Just Smokin' the Blues...

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    And don't forget anything carried over from the previous year is STOLEN upon separation...whether you quit, are fired, or retire. Heaven forbid you keep what you've EARNED.
     
  10. sucker666

    sucker666 Well-Known Member

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    Their banking that people wouldn’t lawyer up to get the pay due them
     
  11. eBiTDa

    eBiTDa No Beer, No Work

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    Did you not dabble on the mechanic side (I may be confused)? Have you thought about transitioning to management. Pay sucks, hours long, and ass chewings go deep. Talk to your Manager, you might be a good candidate.
     
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  12. sucker666

    sucker666 Well-Known Member

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    No not me on the mechanical side , you wouldn’t want me working on your truck. I’m the last one they want in management I’m not a brown noser type.
     
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  13. Serene Gene

    Serene Gene Well-Known Member

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    And the lawyer would do what? We chose to stay for the new policy and we can't lose what we had earned under the old policy. There's something about lawyers that a lot of drivers just find magical, I guess.
     
  14. sportsman800

    sportsman800 Active Member

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    Well they are kind of magical is was just about 3 years ago here in chicagoland we were not paid for drug tests till finally some of us drivers got together and got a magical lawyer and guess what its magical they have been paying ever since
     
  15. sucker666

    sucker666 Well-Known Member

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    It’s been proven multiple times at our barn alone.
     
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  16. snaildriver

    snaildriver Retired

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    Time to buy trip insurance.
     
  17. dalesr

    dalesr Well-Known Member

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    I never do, but yes, I think you’re right.
     
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  18. Fly-by-night

    Fly-by-night Only when you care to send the very best

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    Not sure how it works at other barns. You must give back the way you were awarded it. Meaning during the vacation bidding if you were awarded a week and don't have 40hrs you must give back the whole week. It happened twice at my barn and a low on the totem pole driver like me got some prime Turkey day and X-mas holiday time off. That's what happens when you want to run close to zero
     
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  19. Fly-by-night

    Fly-by-night Only when you care to send the very best

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    Worked at a few places were it was use by Dec 31 or lose it on all vacation personal and sick time. So go get you lawyer don't think you will be winning this one
     
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  20. highspeeds

    highspeeds ENTERTAINMENT USE ONLY

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    My wife's is use it or lose it by her anniversary date every year. This at least keeps everyone from trying to burn PTO at the same time and during the holidays each year. But still, she holds a couple days as " just in case " that need to be spent that last week. She works under a bargained agreement. So don't anyone start your " a union would stop that " :horseshit:.
     
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