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By January 2005 I was fed up and I made an appointment to sit down with the pre load manager. I explained everything that had been happening since I had been promoted and expressed feelings of wanting to quit. By the time I left his office I was in tears and he assured me he would speak with my direct supervisor to get it all straightened out. Needless to say, the situation did not improve. In fact, it continued to worsen over the next several months and I began having a problem with another supervisor
In the spring of 2004 I began working for UPS. At the time I was a college student, in my second year studying musical theater. Sure, I may have seemed an unlikely candidate for the job but the work was effortless. Within my first three months of employment at UPS I excelled rather quickly. I was a hard worker and UPS showed their thanks by allowing me to train in many work areas. After learning the ropes I was even allowed to help train new employees. The first few months of my employment with
Ups uses tactics of Psychological Harassment. I have seen these tactics be reflective of military and FBI levels of intricacy . Stuff no one could believe if that individual hasn't gone through it. And most people aren't even aware enough of how it's done to even know what's happening to them.
These tactics are used to induce long periods of stress and are executed by multiple supervisors. They use the grapevine by inputting false rumors, they even have attempted set-ups on employees who show
ups could be a great place to work. as an ex-supervisor, I planned on retiring there. until I realized that ups was not as loyal to their employees as they proclaim. yes-the pay and benefits were good. but ups expected management to be like robots. sell the latest flavor of the month-whatever it was. beat the crap out of your employees-even the good ones. work 70 hour weeks and weekends if they say. take your vacations and personal days when they say. From 1999 til about 2004 UPS Minnesota fired
I remember being so excited when I received the job offer, having such pride and excitement to work for such a reputable company. The only employees in my district in the business development dept that are not looking for another job- are those that have 15+ years already put into the company and feel they are stuck. I've never been treated with such disrespect. Their theory is "manage by exception", which means they will always find something wrong with your performance and tear you down