If my fellow UPS drivers could please chime in on this I would greatly appreciate it: I do seasonal work and was looking for a decent paying job to get me through winter until work picks up again. I have plenty of experience driving so I figured I would take a full time job driving for UPS for the holidays since their hourly rate was higher than the other shipping companies. I was told over and over again by HR that this was a full time job with the average day being 10 hours long. I started full time as a seasonal package car driver 3 weeks ago... Week 1: 3.5 days completed computer and class training (paid minimum wage) week 2: 1 day (8 hours x18.75) ride along with senior driver week 3: 2 days (16 hours x18.75) drive with supervisor (passed), I was told I will not start working my route until the week of thanksgiving. I was already sent home twice with no pay when they told me to come in to work. Is this typical for seasonal drivers or am I getting *D I am coming up on being an employee for a month and still am no where close to having a weeks work of pay? I am disappointed and was wondering if this is normal for seasonal drivers and if any of you guys had any similar experiences? This is not what I was told when I started and was wondering if I should stick it out or start looking for other work knowing I am going to be laid off at the end of December?