You can forget about the 4 hrs.

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  1. mikejones234

    mikejones234 Member

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    P&D drivers at my term are having to work on Saturdays for one customer, we are just shuttling trailers back and forth we had a driver to work only 1 hour. I thought was a rule if you worked anything less than 4 hours, you were paid for 4. According to my term mang, that is incorrect you get paid for what you worked. I think that is a way for SEFL to stick it to us, we are already working 10-12 hour days as it is, and then i got a 45 min drive to work, and may not work but an hour, but just wait till its my turn to work on sat, its called riding the clock:smilie_132::1036316054:
     
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    Call corporate hes not right about that,your term manager is misinformed.
     
  3. Letmeknow

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    Legally you should be paid for 4 hours on a Saturday, whether you work 15 minutes or 3 hours. Are you a driver? Do you not know the laws governing this industry? To remind you of rules and regulations set forth by the Federal government, a driver must be off for 10 hours before reporting back to work. If you do not agree with these Federal guidelines, you may be in the wrong industry!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    ENIGMA!!!!! Letmenow, LOOK B4 YOU LEAP OR SLITHER.......... YOU HAVE LEADERSHIP WRITTEN ALL OVER YOUR REPLYS!. Instead of speaking down to us, you speak to us as a equale, not a subordanite. Putz...... /COLOR]
     
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    What is the final on this?????

    gas too much to not get 4 hours in...rule or not
     
  6. mikejones234

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    my term manager says that you only get paid for what you work.
     
  7. Letmeknow

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    Lets clear things up a little, I have worked for SEFL for 20+ years as a driver, FH, Inbound leadman and outbound leadman, if you are requested to work on a Sat. doing delv or dock p/u you should be paid for 4 hrs whether you work 30 mins or 3.5 hours. That's the LAW. Always challenge authority.
     
  8. mikejones234

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    smells like management
     
  9. Letmeknow

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    mikejones234 please read the post, I hate redundancy.
     

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