Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by whome, Aug 9, 2012.
What are the chances i make it?
My sources say no.
arent you the moron who 2 days ago said you are going to you 5th or 6th call back? well i guess you proved you are a troll you confirmed it , on this post,
read the rest of the post son.
When do you start???
Monday,earlier morning..cant wait.
The chances of you making it are slim. Most people quit because the pay isn't worth the hard work or just can't seem to make it to work everyday so they get fired. It's not like the UPS you work for during peak 10 + years ago. But you'll find that out quickly Monday morning.. Taking a tour and watching people is alot different then DOING the job.
That will fade fast.
whats gotten worse? i was young and dumb 10+ years ago and didnt care..all i remmeber was busting my ass. for a three months
If you have to ask then you might as well not show up
I remember my first two days during peak they had me doing smalls and thinking to myself, "hey, this isn't too bad!" Then on the designated training trucks (one tanker, 2 country routes) that probably did ~500 day and still thinking this UPS gig wasn't so bad and looking forward coming in. Then I got moved to the middle of a different belt, 4 trucks doing over ~1000 a day and getting overrun and buried so quickly even supervisors were saying "yeah, it's been a while since I've seen it this bad." So yeah, it doesn't take long until "can't wait" turns into utter, unspeakable dread.
whome, what were you doing 10 years ago? Were you a package car loader? Did you load or unload trailers? If you were a car loader, how many pieces were you doing a day back then?
If your hungry, and want it that bad stop asking and just do. good luck
was a package car loader in livonia,MI hub
to me you still seem dumb
who cares what u think... Not me.
Ups needs to only hire married men with kids/or single women with kids! And give them insurance almost immediately after they start!! Pointless to hire a bunch of lazy Xbox playing kids,
I resemble 1/3rd of that comment.
whome, how many packages did you guys load a day back then?
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