Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by tarico, Oct 7, 2015.
I Work Preload Inside The Building And Got Offered To Be A Delivery Driver, Should I Take It ?
Can you handle a long hard throbbing stick for....shifting ?
So u think I should stay In preload and go out as a helper ?
@indecisio0n they say 80% of the trucks Are automatic
Take the job, the worst thing that happens is you don't like it or can't do it. In either case, disqualified and back to preload you go.
If your working preload and trying to help, you'll get minimal hours. If you have interest in being a driver as a career, it's a good opportunity. You can then sign bid lists to be a reg-temp driver which will get you in the road in July, and drive through peak. The. You go back inside for the next 6 months.
@rkctkc thank a lot appreciate your advise
@9.5 everyday yea I work preload & go out as a helper 3 times aweek, but I feel like I'm working harder that way .. & I do have plans on making driving my career
No way! You work hard and get great pay-plus benefits, including pension! Who needs that?
I would suggest trying to become a reg temp if there aren't any full time positions to bid on. And all your drive time counts towards your top scale progression when you win a FT bid. Who doesn't want 90k a year??
REG TEMP IS BASICALLY COVER DRIVER ?
Most reg temps in my center will stay on one route their first year out. Then they will learn more routes to cover.
How about that?
He went from capitalizing every word to capitalizing everything.
What's next, bold italics?
Thanks a lot man you were a lot of help
Try driving to see if the job fits you. If not, you would not be out much.
No your MOM IS NEXT !
I was thinking bout doin the airs on Saturday to start , but instead they offered me ft
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