Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by riggsdollars, Aug 1, 2019.
Does anyone know how long it usually take for the MVR and background to clear?
2 weeks is about the average
Welcome to hell . You can go anytime you like but you can never leave !!!
Took my driving test Friday, got my paperwork/studyguide/uniform Saturday, then was in class on Monday LOL.
Congrats 22.4s! Saturday and Sundays await you!
See you at 6pm in a few months when you take my route over.
Honestly though depends on the building you’re in. Some start days later. Some show up for weeks after class waiting for a route to train on.
Seriously? This is UPS. Not some rinky dink company like FedEx.
It took me 70 something total days to get my 30 in....some days you show up and immediately get sent home. Until you graduate you are nothing more than a temp. Focus on the task at hand and just don't have expectations as far as money, time, etc.
Remember, nothing good ever comes from something in a van.
My bad... the OPs query was about the mvr check and background. Not about integrad or the qualifying period.
MVR is quick, but calling around to verify your previous employers may take a while longer
I was kidding man.
Get your first year of safe driving and put your name on the Feeder list in the following fall.
I see, accord to hr we just had 9 guys retire in the last few months, how will that effect my likelyhood of getting hours?
I don’t know
Just a suggestion...
Have a notebook, at home, where you write down:
-the days you work;
-hours worked that day;
-route you are on;
-any major concerns that day and;
-conversations with management.
Don't run around telling everyone you're doing this. Keep your mouth shut.
This could pay off in the future.
-smile a lot and be agreeable also.
We now own you. Don't complain to management about anything. Do your route as instructed, don't hit nothing.. . And... Don't complain about anything.. We'll DQ you for a bad attitude.
And you wonder why the new guys quit
It's because it takes a special kind of person to be a driver at UPS
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