Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Gary Blackledge, Mar 13, 2019.
@Wally is a hack
instead of a thief?
I don't know what you are talking about
Does he need to type smaller words?
Or Larger Print?
That might help.
The insinuation is false is why I don't know what he is talking about
You know why.
r u top rate
What allegedly, was "borrowed"?
The only people who never had to go through progression were Year 1 Combo ( 22.3 ) about 20 years ago. Had a total of 5 in my building and I was the last one to disappear.
That's just wrong.
That is a contract for UPS package, not UPS freight. If you come over to package you are considered a new employee. You haven't gone through progression.
You keep tilting at that windmill Don Quixote
Can we call him Beto?
Do you even know if you'll be hired as a package or feeder driver?
Something about you makes me think you believe you're going to just walk right into the position because you have driving experience.
According to this article no employee shall be required to complete a full time progression more than one time, so say you quit in one state and hired in another and given your same employee ID? Should you have to go through progression again?
Separate names with a comma.