Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by skatebmx05, Nov 28, 2009.
on this website just wondering
I think this is the Center Manager:
Finally, here are the On Car supervisors:
Then, who is this ??????
She would be the preload sup.
I have a step daughter that lives in Orlando - does that count?
Our morning OMS clerk.
You deliver too? I bet you are a happy guy!
That's weird- the receiver at the Walmart I deliver to is named Michelle also. Doesn't look like that though.
I think these guy work the local sort
i know this is a really old thread, but i work preload, orlando hub.
Hey mikeny, can you tell me how long the average wait is for cover or FT driver in your building? thanks bro
i'm going to guess about 4-5 years, cause i work with someone who started 1.5 years before i did and this past peak season he became a cover driver. (so 5.5 years for him) a couple months ago i was given a bid sheet to fill out for a cover driver, along with a few other co-workers, we all been working around 3-5 years. and i also heard they will be starting some of us this 2012 peak season. i've been here for 4.5yrs.
yet, in the past, from what i heard it was less. i was a driver helper a few times, and one time i had a driver who told me he became a cover driver after 2 years on the preload!
i guess things are always changing, but that's just from my experience. hope it helps.
Mikeny, your the best, thanks a ton for writing that. Im having to transfer down in the next few months due to my wifes job in Kissimme and I have been looking for this info forever. Im gonna pick the Twilight sort as I enjoy evenings best. Even at 4 years or so, thats nothing compared to here. Over 9 years in my current building and no full time job. Thankfully her job pays so much I dont ever have to be scared if or when I will drive!
Im a preloader on the twlight shift in the Orlando Hub, and I load disney cars. So knock it the hell off with the cute disney characters or I will find you and kill you!
and that was a quote from (grumpy)
never scared? thats scary,
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