Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by HFolb23, Sep 16, 2016.
Too much KFC?
He didn't even care about his retro check.
He said I'm outta here.
That's ridiculous. We have a guaranteed number of full time jobs, you need that in your supplement.
He said peak, not beak!
Tip? Go to college
Is it Manual at the school in Massachusetts?
I have no idea but if TonyG is your real name, change your user name. This is an anonymous forum
Tony G, no they are all auto. I was there three weeks ago.
Note to newbies.....don't try to crush the routes during your 30-day. Hone your methods, make the telematics report look good. Take most of your lunch, but save the sprint and skip your lunch for the last 3 or 4 days so when you scratch and go past 30-days, you are in.
Then go back to taking your 1hr meal..
Stay off your phone, social media will tank your numbers. 1 min per stop is about 2 hours added to your day...or more.
I'm curious if there is anyone that will view this thread before Tuesday morning that has been to a Intergrad prep-class in the DFW area?
If so, I REALLY would like to know if the 5's and 10's are the only thing that they're going to make me recite. I've talked to a couple drivers who told me that would be all, and even the prep class agenda paper I was given only says 5's and 10's, but my HR lady told me the entire packet.
Better start memorizing
Yes, 5 and 10. Also memorize pretrip. You will have to do that in front of instructor, with vehicle present. It is timed as well.
The pretrip has to be preformed in the prep class? The agenda I was given only shows pre trip explanation and pre trip practice.
Does it matter?
I’ll help you out
Rarely does anything at UPS go as scripted
Considering i'm looking at half a day vs one week to cram, yes it does matter
In that case, less posting and more studying
Sorry no, missed the "prep". My prep class was 5, 10, and some computer training. I think the computer stuff was an online course with an exam after it, multiple choice, I believe.
You should quit. Find another job and move if you have to. Working seven hours now, making close to $50k, getting a $12k bump after one year. UPS owes me thousands in backpay. Millions to its supposed 200,000+ personnel. While that cash collects interest, we get nothing. Just as corrupt and greedy as many of the corporations. Modern day plantations.
Any pointers from those who have recently been to the Chicago or Florida intergrad? Do either still regularly use manuals?
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