Don't think thats true we just had a good driver disqualified because he was running LATE and our center numbers are not that tight YET.fedxsux said:tooner is absolutely correct. No Accidents, No late air, No Miss PU's. Do your job safe and injury free and you are in. You don't have to run scratch or beat any numbers, those numbers are way off in their favor. Just show consistency of getting better and you will have no problems.
Don't think thats true we just had a good driver disqualified because he was running LATE and our center numbers are not that tight YET
Idiots may be a better word. When you look at it the amount of training required to train a package driver and all that person has to learn you sell your operation short if you don't do everything possible to help that new driver become successful.double_standard said:It totally has to do with your specific management team.
Every hub is different.I ran scratch once in 30 days when
I started at ups.The center manager told me that I proved
that I can work hard and that I was full time from then on.
Theres been a few s in here since,seeking promotion
that`ll do anything to look good at your expense.