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    Getting In The Groove Now.

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    Default I need some advice!!!

    If our payroll checks were not at the terminal today and won't be in til tomorrow, what is the ruling if any? I've heard a person gets paid til they get there. Any truth to this? Also my terminal manager laid off 1 person today and slotted the bottom bid guy to 10%, can he do this? Or does he have the right to his bid until the new bids are posted and signed?

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    Dragon Master

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    Default Re: I need some advice!!!

    Did the Company give any reason as to why they weren't there ? If they are not there tomorrow I would call my Local and ask my BA...That is the main reason I always used Direct deposit..

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    Resistance is futile.

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    Default Re: I need some advice!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by yfs09 View Post
    If our payroll checks were not at the terminal today and won't be in til tomorrow, what is the ruling if any? I've heard a person gets paid til they get there. Any truth to this? Also my terminal manager laid off 1 person today and slotted the bottom bid guy to 10%, can he do this? Or does he have the right to his bid until the new bids are posted and signed?
    Checks are probably lost like some of the freight. But that is getting better now.

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    Getting In The Groove Now.

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    Default Re: I need some advice!!!

    I was under the impression that if the pay was for over 8 hours, you are supposed to be able to sit there an get paid till they have a check for you. Now, I was told this doesn't stand up for guys on direct deposit, only those with live checks. I was shorted 4 hours on my check today. Called the UNION payroll clerk, at our city p+d terminal, and explained what happened and she is getting right on it. Now, the NON-UNION payroll clerk, at the outbound barn, has been telling people to bad, go ahead and file for it. That would get me on the phone to my Sec-Tres IMMEDIATELY!! If I was shorted more I would have gave him a ring also.
    As far as the 10% is concerned. He has the right to finish out his bid if he still has a couple of days left. After he has his weekend, he would be on call.

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    I Am Rocking Now

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    Default Re: I need some advice!!!

    Did he eliminate a bid slot? And did he lay somebody off?

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    Getting In The Groove Now.

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    Default Re: I need some advice!!!

    i hope your checks arent lost. i dont see how unless a road driver is lost. in philly they come truck mail.

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    Getting In The Groove Now.

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    Default Re: I need some advice!!!

    here in k.c., if your the bottom guy, and your job gets abolished, you go to a floating statis( like a 10%)but, you are still garinteed 40 hours for that week. come fri if theres a open bid, your forced on to that job. if not you float untill there is one. the t.o.m. can not just make a job for him, any new job has to be posted for a week, and anyone can bid on it. as far as your check, if i remember right, anything over $50.00,they have 24 hours to cut you a check. anything over that is 8 hours a day untill you receive it.

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    I Am Rocking Now

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    Default Re: I need some advice!!!

    yfs09,
    Your request for the pay the next day should be made in writing too.

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    Getting In The Groove Now.

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    Default Re: I need some advice!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by little d View Post
    here in k.c., if your the bottom guy, and your job gets abolished, you go to a floating statis( like a 10%)but, you are still garinteed 40 hours for that week. come fri if theres a open bid, your forced on to that job. if not you float untill there is one. the t.o.m. can not just make a job for him, any new job has to be posted for a week, and anyone can bid on it. as far as your check, if i remember right, anything over $50.00,they have 24 hours to cut you a check. anything over that is 8 hours a day untill you receive it.
    Thats the way I understood it, as far as the pay goes. Do like stldude44 says and put it in writing and time stamp it. Can't help you any on the other subject.

 

 

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