Does anyone have any idea what may happen to a current part-time employee if...he was arrested for a felony offense but given a suspended imposition for the sentence meaning that he will be able to avoid conviction if he does not violate probation. He may have to go to county jail for 30 days but will be given work release so that he will not miss any work. Will UPS fire this employee even though he is given a suspended imposition and not actually convicted of a felony? He wants to make UPS a full-time career and knows he made a terrible mistake. A suspended imposition is basically a 2nd chance at proving one can be a sucessful citizen and an asset to society. However, if probation is violated he would then be convicted of the felony. I think that since he is getting his head on straight now he should be allowed to keep his job since he was working there prior to getting caught. Any thoughts? if not sorry for wasting your time reading this post. . .