Headed to Intergrad

Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by HFolb23, Sep 16, 2016.

  1. Hub Worker

    Hub Worker New Member

    Yeah that’s my title. They said they would be working me every day. I just went off what my supervisor told me. Would me signing the bid-sheet from part-time to full-time speed the process or no?
     
  2. Hub Worker

    Hub Worker New Member

    yeah I saw like 5 of my twlight mates back in the hub working while I was still out there. I knew my time was coming
     
  3. 542thruNthru

    542thruNthru Well-Known Member

    I'm guessing your in the western region?

    Yes put your name on the PT-FT list if you want to be a FT driver.
     
  4. Hub Worker

    Hub Worker New Member

    but that pay cut tho lol
     
  5. Bubbabrown

    Bubbabrown New Member

    Just have to wait your turn. I completed Intergrad training in Sept. Came back to my hub and immediately started into my 30 day packet to qualify. This I felt was more stressful than Intergrad. I was able to qualify and have driven every day since. I was also taken off the driver schedule this week and put back on local sort. Sucks, but I get it.
     
  6. 542thruNthru

    542thruNthru Well-Known Member

    You won't make FT before you're a Cover Driver. So don't worry about it because your time as a cover counts toward your progression.
     
  7. RTCD

    RTCD Member

    As a PT Cover that’s exactly how it was for me. Hopefully you can run some air or pick up a route on heavy days. Steady work may not come until June.

    If they’re saying you still need to qualify you may have to wait to run ground until they put you on a training route. Once you qualify (30 days) you might bump back inside again as well.
     
  8. burrheadd

    burrheadd KING Of GIFS

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  9. Tom Jefferson

    Tom Jefferson Member

    Passed Menlo Park intergrad... it’s not impossible but it’s challenging. California is one of the more strict intergrad places. Almost got dq’d twice.