Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by twnkiemonster, Sep 2, 2014.
Do i need tell my Boss/HR that i got a DUI?
It's better to be upfront an honest rather than let them find out and you get in worse trouble later.
Don't volunteer anything
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Shoot, we had a PT supe get a DUI. Drove a couple months later, just long enough to become a FT supe.
Got canned about a year later for making drug deals on the company line in a satellite center he was running.
You'll be fine.
you'll never go Ft driving anyways so it really wont affect you.
I'd be upfront and report it just to CYA
As long as you don't drive a PC in any capacity....I wouldn't volunteer any information...unless directly asked.
Yea, i have no desire driving for ups anyways. Alright thanks for the replies.
Had a FULLTIME onroad sup get a DUI.....The mugshot circulated around the hub......It was always funny to have that sup give the safety tip for the day
Nope. Don't ask don't tell.
I've had two supervisors get in the last two years. One became a center manager the other is still partying.
was always told if they didn't ask then don't tell, basically i shouldn't tell ppl unless they ask and if they do then don't lie.
i saw one pter not a sup go to county jail for 2 weeks straight, pt sup just setup his vacation for those weeks.
This might be a stupid question, but why in the fu$& did you drive drunk?!?
Not sure if he does any driving, but if you don't why would you even have to tell? As long as it doesn't effect your work it's none of their damn business.
That is not the point of this thread and, to be blunt, is none of your damn business.
To the OP----you need to be upfront and honest about this. FT management has a bad habit of reading the police log in the local paper.
Better stick with the twinkies, and leave the alcohol alone.
I think it's everyone's business when some irresponsible jerk gets out on a public highway drunk.
The DM in my area got his 3rd DUI about 3 months ago.
More Twinkie, less drinkie.
They are only reading to make sure their picture and arrest report isn’t in the headlines
Someone correct if im wrong but I believe that all managers are required to have a valid DOT card. So you might as well be upfront.
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