PT PH applicant, tour/interview in about a week from now. I'd save my questions for the interview, but I gather half of what HR says upon hire are lies??? I don't have an employee # to log in and fact check, or access to a current supplement. Please help me have a realistic idea about what I'm buying here, and what to watch out for. Position: Package Handler - Part-Time Twilight Ramp 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM Monday - Friday $75.00 weekly bonus plus hourly pay paid weekly for Package Handlers. Also, Part-time Package Handlers are eligible to receive up to $25,000 educational assistance benefit good toward college, trade school or technical school. Apply today! Eligibility begins the day you're hired and benefits are prorated accordingly in case you're hired mid–semester. I go to college, and tuition reimbursement is the reason I would pick this employer over others. I am aware HR must have good reasons to hang a $25k carrot above the revolving door, however: how exactly I am supposed to work with them so I can stay for a while like they want? Because honestly, it's clear as mud. There is NO mention of seasonal in this ad. I'm aiming to start mid-August. However, this pops up at the end of the online application, and they made signing this mandatory to complete the application: Acknowledgement of PEAK Season Hiring Policy As a peak season hire, I acknowledge that my employment is temporary, that I have no guarantee of full-time or part-time employment with United Parcel Service ("UPS") and that my employment may be terminated on or before January 31, 2019. I further acknowledge that as a peak season hire, I am an at-will employee, and, as such, my employment may be discontinued at any time. SO what now.. am I a seasonal, or a part timer? Do make book after 30 non-free-period days, or do I get tossed out come January, or made to reapply, get a new contract, lose seniority? Basically my question is: do they want me to stay for a while or not? They're selling this job with the promise of free $ if you bring the right attitude and stick with UPS for a few years, but when it's time to sign contracts, it's a totally different story. My other question is: how realistic is the 6 pm-11 pm M-F schedule? I understand it could be less than 5 hours every day. What about more than 5 hours, or weekends? Can they force you to work outside these hours, if you have school?