Is Transferring Different If Your Non-Union?

Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by YouPeeEss, Aug 27, 2008.

  1. YouPeeEss

    YouPeeEss New Member

    ::Yes, it's "you're", it won't let me edit it::

    If a worker is in a non-union position, p/t super for example, does this make it easier to do a hub transfer since the union and seniority are no longer involved? Would the worker still have to meet the education/hardship requirements?

    Thanks
     
  2. drewed

    drewed Shankman

    yes
     
  3. YouPeeEss

    YouPeeEss New Member

    Haha, yes to which?
     
  4. drewed

    drewed Shankman

    on both :)
    umm ive never seen a transfer for an admin employee
    Ive seen transfers for pt sups and pt union and one ft union
    its the same rules across the board though, a lot of centers have more pt sup positions and pt union positions open so it tends to be easier to go that way but its all hit or miss
    your sup has to approve it the center your going to has to approve it and the districts involved have to approve it so there are several humps to get across to get it done
     
  5. YouPeeEss

    YouPeeEss New Member

    Thanks for your help!