The Best: 804 Gives Management an OJS


New York Local 804 gave UPS on-car supervisors a taste of their own medicine when they tailed sups and videotaped them on OJS days—and caught them altering a driver’s load to inflate his SPORH.

While filming an OJS, union reps spotted a second driver on the same route. He had been given all of the bulk stops—and they got video of the tracking numbers.

“When management tries to tell us they don’t manufacture the loads on OJS days to spike a member’s SPORH, I tell them I’ve got some video they need to see,” said Local 804 President Tim Sylvester.

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