Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by brownthis, Feb 14, 2012.
How is the HR presence in your hub.
Our HR person covers two centers about 90 miles apart.
Our HR person covers three building all 50 miles apart in a triangle formation. There are 246 + FT and 90 + PT union employees between the three buildings. However she retired at the end of last year and I haven't seen her replacement.
much like a bigfoot,never seen one
I have no clue who our HR person is.....
ours is good. she is nice too and will hire anyone you recommend to her. she's there everyday in the morning too.
Our company has an HR dept?
HR is going away ... if you got any questions go to UPSers.com and look it up.
I think HR is right next to Carwash.
I never saw or talked to one HR person in 30 years.
That's because in your day, they were called Personnel.
HR in our area is kind of like everything else; managed from far far away by people who hardly know how to find us on the map
I never delt with anyone from Personnel either. A friend called me one night and said his boss at UPS needed someone real quick (next morning at like 5:00 a.m.). I showed up at work and the lead delivery driver of the center (our center manager at that time had 2 centers to manage and we very seldom saw him-never on Mon or Fri.) trained me on how to unload a feeder and do porter work. It was like 2 or 3 days later I met the boss-signed some papers and I was an official UPS part time employ. I never went to UPS School then or when I went full time driving about 3 months later (I used that as an excuse many times over the years when I would get caught doing something not by the book).
Our HR dept is exactly like this. Someone from 250 miles away handles our hiring process. The two I've seen so far aren't very good at judging the character of the individuals they hire.
the HR people here were good. I don't know what has happened, lately, though.
Why would you hire someone on Workerman's Comp from another job with torn ligaments in your knee to driver help, i.e. run your arse off in and out of the truck with your knee constantly bending, this peak?
Remember ME, the words "common sense" don't apply when talking about UPS.
My hr reps are clueless.
What are HR's supposed to do? Can you benefit by any info from them?
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