Steps To Becoming A Full Time Supervisor

Discussion in 'UPS Partners' started by KidUPS, Jul 27, 2009.

  1. KidUPS

    KidUPS New Member

    What are the steps from going to part time supervisor to full time supervisors?

    What are the best methods to getting yourself promoted to Full time supervisor.

    Any input from those who are there or been there appreciated.
  2. upssalesguy

    upssalesguy UPS Defender

    you need to put in a letter of intent...that will get you on the list.

    i wouldnt hold your breath, there is a freeze on promotions right now.
  3. beentheredonethat

    beentheredonethat Well-Known Member

    Salesguy was right, you need to fill in a letter of intent. Your chances of getting promoted with a college degree is very slim. If you are going to college for a degree, then your chances improve. Besides getting or working on your degree, then getting a mentor who you work with (Supv\Mgr) that can help you is very beneficial. Some managers could care less about promoting their people (esp their good ones). Since they think they are losing a good PT supv. The better managers are the ones that actively promote their own people. What ends up happening is all the qualified supvs want to work for him and then get promoted.
  4. Ups_ER

    Ups_ER New Member

    And why would that be? That makes no sense!

    PS. and its "..are very slim."
  5. tieguy

    tieguy Banned

    1) Get your degree

    2) excell at your current position

    3) Do some soul searching . Make sure you're willing to make the committment.

    4) submit letter of intent.

    5) complete mapp process

    6) when promoted lead with integrity and lead by example. I'm tired of explaining why some management shirk from responsibilities or use less then ethical methods.
  6. rocket man

    rocket man Well-Known Member

    IF YOU HAVE TO ASK ON THIS... YOUR QUALIFIED. GO to your center managers office tell him move his stuff out and take over. say i wanna be alow life rat your qualified.
  7. thelus

    thelus Package Car Whipping Boy

    1. sell your soul to UPS
    2. get rid of anyone in your way
    3. kiss your boss's ass
    4. ?????????
    5. PROFIT!
  8. soberups

    soberups Pees in the brown Koolaid

    Probably because the ones who take your advice and lead "with integrity" will wind up as 53 yr. old on-car sups with no hope of promotion.
  9. Baba gounj

    Baba gounj pensioner

    (1) have a catscan done.
    (2) repeat as many more times needed, until they find that loose screw
    (3) you have to be the laziest driver in your entire district
  10. trickpony1

    trickpony1 Well-Known Member

    ....start telling small insignificant lies to your family and friends NOW.

    By the time you get into FT management you will feel no guilt, remorse or sorrow for lieing to your employees.
  11. Ups_ER

    Ups_ER New Member

    Only good response to this post. Everyone else just trollled along
  12. beentheredonethat

    beentheredonethat Well-Known Member

    Sorry, it was a long day. I meant "without a college degree".
  13. Cementups

    Cementups Box Monkey

    an d be sure to have your heart removed cause you won't need it in management.
  14. BCFan

    BCFan Active Member

    Get a pair of Knee Pads (available Home Depot / Lowes ) and keep a tube of lube on hand!!!! BC
  15. altstewie

    altstewie Combo Hopeful

    No not really, everyone pretty much just told the truth. Tie yes had the best descriptive post. When he put soul searching that pretty much meant, getting your conscience ready to screwing hard workers out of work comp, getting days off, making sure everyone works in a safe environment, putting the appropriate work on drivers and the list can go and on and on.

    And yes there are people of the union who deserve to be treated like they do as they take their job for granted. I would say there is a lot more souless supervisors then there are useless union employees.
  16. Overpaid Union Thug

    Overpaid Union Thug Eva Mendez Has A Nice (_!_)

    1) Learn how to read and create a spreadsheet on Excel
    2) Understand that the numbers are more important than service
    3) Learn how to alter said numbers to meet the goals of the supervisors above

    That is basically it. :)
  17. tieguy

    tieguy Banned

    Is that how its done at the union hall?:happy-very:
  18. tieguy

    tieguy Banned

    I never realized you were looking for a little sympathy? Let your sup know monday that you would like him to join you in a little crying session before you go out and deliver your load. :happy-very:
  19. tieguy

    tieguy Banned

    service is part of the numbers we chase. I realize that your perspective of good service will differ from the sups. You have to understand that we have the advantage of not knowing your customers and what they need.:happy-very:
  20. KidUPS

    KidUPS New Member

    I find that statement rather silly. The majority of supervisors were hard working union employees who wanted to better themselves and their company. Now in most operations you have about 1 or 2 supervisors for everyone 10+ employees. Normally out of that batch of employees, you have 2 or 3 union employees who drag their feet and attempt everyday to do the bare minimum.

    They're some supervisors that are indeed intent on moving up with the company by being extremely harsh or doing whatever it takes to meet numbers. However, for the most part, supervisors are employees who have expectations from both management and union employees and often are just doing their job running a business. And just because you get written up for missing work because your child or mother was sick does not mean they are soul less. It just means they are trying to protect their business.