Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by barbara_stanwyck, Oct 9, 2016.
We're down to 2...
I don't know about the insiders but we have a couple of drivers who are still here.
I'm the last one to stay in my center in the past two years.
1 or 2. I get why they do not stay though. We have very little turnover in my center, so a new hire is going to be an unloader for a long time.
None. All fired.
No worries. November is here soon. They hire for Xmas and fire by January again !
They brought a tour in and saw me working fast. I bet they reconsidered.
Never concerned me as they are all below me in seniority.
Only two I know of UPS felt they were management material after running around in golf carts, both left. One of which didn't even give a notice about two months after the bump up. Was the closing sup one night and cleaned his stuff out, never to be heard from again.
Its the same old story---promise them full time work if they run like chickens with their heads cut off and then let 99.99 % of them go after peak. Happens every year.
Guess i could count myself as one, worked last peak and was hired back permanent in March. Quite a few others got in this way as well.
I like meeting all the new chubby drivers.
Just knowing they are going to be in pain and they don't even know brings joy to me
As for the original question. Not many since it's a revolving door during peak. Less than 3 drivers stay on
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