a911scanner

Well-Known Member
Look. Anything fishy like this that happens to you anywhere in the world, the first thing you should do is GET A LAWYER!

When dealing with UPS, it's the very first thing I will do, right after hearing from my BA that nothing is going to be different.

No jumping through hoops unless MY LAWYER says so.

END OF STORY!
 

bottomups

Bad Moon Risen'
In the first post he was to take a blood and urine test.
He took the blood test and left. This tells me he refused the urine test.
Instant termination?
Not always. Years ago after a work related injury I went to an emergency room for treatment. Just before being discharged I was asked to take a drug test "per UPS rules". Knowing my rights, I refused and called my BA. He shows up at the hospital and after some back and forth discussion I am allowed to leave.
The dug test would have been clean but UPS had no right to request one in that instance.
 
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