How not to get on the No Rehire list?

Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Iowna3000gt, Mar 16, 2011.

  1. Iowna3000gt

    Iowna3000gt New Member

    I was wondering if I gave UPS a 2week notice before leaving would I be in good terms with the company and get another position at UPS if I ever wanted a entry level job again with them? Or would I be put on the no rehire list and just burnt my bridges with UPS?
     
  2. washington57

    washington57 New Member

    depends how your attendance and productivity in comparison to your co-workers.
     
  3. dillweed

    dillweed Well-Known Member

    You should be fine. The two weeks is standard and considerate. Best of luck - dw
     
  4. dannyboy

    dannyboy From the promised LAND

    I would do at the very least two weeks. More if you already know. The more time you give, the easier it is to compensate for your departure.

    The attendence and work ethic also have a lot to do with it. As well as your reason for leaving. If you have been a source of friction at the company, that would place you on the list.

    Leaving with a good relationship is key. And it would not hurt to ask and make sure that you are not on the list.

    d
     
  5. packageguy

    packageguy Well-Known Member

    Do the right thing, give at least 2 weeks notice. Always leav
    e on good terms you never know down the road. Good luck.
     
  6. Kae3106

    Kae3106 Active Member

    I always thought the policy was that if you voluntarily quit, UPS would never rehire you. The only exception to the this was for seasonal employees. I tried to look it up on UPSers and it seems there may be a small exception to this policy now based "on careful consideration" but I can't get the full policy to pull up.
     
  7. brownrod

    brownrod Active Member

    Same here. For some reason I've been lead to believe that everyone is automatically put on the no rehire list when they leave.
     
  8. washington57

    washington57 New Member

    you basically have to be able to do the work of two to be put on the rehire list and have the recommendation of your manager
     
  9. Just Numbers

    Just Numbers Retired

    You'll need to get with a sup for the answer but I'll bet that separation form has a box on it for rehire status with either yes or no to check off. It only makes sense to have something like this.
     
  10. Random_Facts

    Random_Facts Member

    If I put in my 2 week notice, my supervisors would have heart failure.(hrmm that gives me an idea...) lol.I'm kidding.
     
  11. Just Numbers

    Just Numbers Retired

    Another one of those "God's gift to UPS" employees.
     
  12. fethrs

    fethrs Well-Known Member