Pay Scale

Discussion in 'XPO Logistics' started by Dockrock, Apr 13, 2016.

  1. highspeeds

    highspeeds ENTERTAINMENT USE ONLY

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    I wish I could share your point of view. To be eternally optimistic can be a great thing. It can also cloud reality.
     
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  2. Stand4afuture

    Stand4afuture Active Member

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    Just wondering. Anyone else getting another pay bump or is it just the western region??
     
  3. boomer55

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    I work at XPO and we started Elogs 3 weeks ago and its not much different than a paper log
     
  4. icuicp

    icuicp Well-Known Member

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    Could you please explain what you are referring to?

    Who's getting a "pay bump" ?

    Why are they getting it? How much are they getting?

    When is the "pay bump" happening?
     
  5. icedriver

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    Yeah, I like them. They are way more convenient than paper. Only big difference is that nothing is rounded to the quarter hour anymore.
     
  6. Stand4afuture

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    From what i was told . All new driver's are going to get top wage. Which their going to raise the wage by another dollar or more. It's suppose to take effect with in the next few months. I will have to ask more driver's to get more info.
     
  7. Maltman

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    That is probably a local thing if you're having trouble finding drivers. They more than likely bumped your terminal to the top pay tier. I think it's about $1.50 more than the level 3 tier.
     
  8. freightman68

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    OD goes up to 24 something on the dock for full time.
     
  9. Stand4afuture

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    A friend of my mine told me he make's 26+ an hour. Plus 8 dollars per hour goes to his pension. So comes out to be around 34 that he makes.???
     
  10. Stand4afuture

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    70c + 1.50= to alot better than the 32c raise i got a few year's + the 20c this year. But i think i'll use that 20c to max out my 401. And since I won't be drink Starbucks. I should be good to retire in about 85 year's. 85 + 47 = oh it's going to be a great retirement.
     
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    freightman68 Rightwing_extremist

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    That doesn't sound like OD to me.
     
  12. freightman68

    freightman68 Rightwing_extremist

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    He might make 26 at a high cost of living location but we don't have a pension we have a 401
     
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  13. Fly-by-night

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    Maybe you should have "Planed4afuture" instead of Stand4afuture.
    This is on my finical guy web site.
    Let’s see what kind of future $35 a week could afford you if you invest in good growth stock mutual funds. If you’re doing the math, that would be 15% of an approximately $12,000 salary—$3,000 less than what you’d bring home in a year if you worked 40 hours a week at the federal minimum wage.
    In 20 years, you could retire with $110,000 to $150,000.
    In 30 years, you could retire with $330,000 to $490,000.
    In 40 years, you could retire with $890,000 to $1.5 million!
     
  14. Fly-by-night

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    I thought I would give this thread a little CPR.
    The word I heard on the street is OD announce the raise for drivers. I heard 85¢ that would put them at just over $29 per hr.
    Anyone else hear anything about it?
     
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    No I haven't, but others getting raises may help bring wages up for everyone, so that's good news if it's true.
     
  16. highspeeds

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    I thought it was common practice for OD to give a raise in September ? And they have made more on the hour for a long time. But don't get the same OT that we do.
     
  17. highspeeds

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    Your wages are set to increase as soon as you put their shirt on and drive their truck.
     
  18. LTLIndentured

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    Unless you are ups freight. Their city guys bring home 3-400 more per week than I do
     
  19. highspeeds

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    And they earn it. The hard way. Every day.
     
  20. LTLIndentured

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    Yeah, I hear their drivers use the term military to describe working at ups
     
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