New, in probation after season

Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Aspiring Jenga Master, Jan 25, 2020.

  1. I've just been hired and I'm on my probation. As I come in and work two and a half to three hours a day I was wondering as a part-time employee are we guaranteed a minimum number of hours or can they bring us in for an hour and a half to two hours?
  2. No guarantees until you get into the Union
  3. trickpony1

    trickpony1 Well-Known Member

    Don't make waves during probation.
    Do what they say for however long they say to do it.

    When you gain seniority then you can demand your hours.
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  4. Thanks Dave
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  5. trickpony1

    trickpony1 Well-Known Member

    Is what I said not true?

    Kick it back.
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  6. BigUnionGuy

    BigUnionGuy Got the T-Shirt

    Probationary employee's are only entitled to the contactual wage rate.
  7. Everyone has said what I thought. After probation is there a guarantee of 3 hours?
  8. eats packages

    eats packages I have depth perception issues

    it's 30,40,or 70 days worked when you can go HAM and demand that stuff. I would get it marked on a calendar.

    For now you could possibly try and see if some other people want off early and do their work.
  9. PT Car Washer

    PT Car Washer Well-Known Member

    3 hour guarantee for Art 40 employees. Air operations.
  10. Box Ox

    Box Ox Well-Known Member

    Fulfill your dream of becoming a Jenga Master and the rest will soon fall into place.
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  11. Baba gounj

    Baba gounj You cannot multiply wealth by dividing it!

    As the others have said; no lip, work as directed, volunteer for more work, keep a track of your hours worked ( do not assume UPS will keep your paid time straight ) and when your pay does not match up, still say nothing.
    Then when you do make it, be a quiet mouse for a while.
    It is important that UPS sees you as a hard worker and not as a problem.
    The main thing with UPS is that it is impossible to win every fight, so pick your battles carefully.
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  12. LadyNole77

    LadyNole77 New Member

    I worked seasonal (PVD) and last day of work for me was January 14th. I called HR for my area last week and they told me they are still reviewing all the stats/recommendations from supervisors from peak season and should know this coming week who they will be offering long term employment to. I still have all the items/equipment that I was given when I started and asked HR rep what I should do with it and was told just hold on to it. I can still log in on employee login and it loads the route page. It seems like my chances are good just wanted some other input. I know that there is a process and i am more than willing to work my way up.
  13. PT Car Washer

    PT Car Washer Well-Known Member

    Always looking for more PT help.
  14. Air Recovery

    Air Recovery Active Member

    I normally always agree with gumby but agree with you on this one - dont stir the pot on probation they will throw you away like a used condom
  15. Emmit23

    Emmit23 New Member

    Pvd? As in Providence? Or as in personal vehicle? You cannot continue personal vehicle after peak. So it would have to be a different position!
  16. LadyNole77

    LadyNole77 New Member

    Yes PVD. I know it would be a different position I'm just hoping, with those things I mentioned considered, that those are a good signs I'll get a long term position. I appreciate all the input and info from everyone.
  17. Martini

    Martini Member

    Has anyone from Human Resources e-mailed you yet and asked you if you're still interested in working for UPS?

    Writing this on Saturday, February 22, 2020.
    You said earlier that your last day of peak work was January 14th.
    Ya hear anything?