I have heard of whats called a "trailing spouse" transfer. I've only seen it once in 22 years and it was a mgmt person. The circumstance was the husband of UPSer was transfered to the East Coast and he was the primary breadwinner in the household.Does anyone have print proof of UPS's transfer policy? I am the wife of a UPS driver and I have educational and employment oppoturtunity and they won't transfer my husband.
Not to sound crass, but what is the hardship? Sounds like the possibility of a new start for your husband. One that doesn't involve UPS.
Anybody heard of UPS giving any hardship transfers lately? I know they were given out alot more freely in the 80's and 90's, but how about now? Have a friend looking for one but he really doesn't even know if it's possible with the UPS of today.