The pt training supe at my dock has been pushing the pt supe position on me and this other guy that got hired on with me last week. Why would he do that? Why does UPS seem to hire anybody as a supervisor? Is it so they can just fire them later as scapegoats? What's the point of hiring people with no idea (literally no idea) what they're doing? From the sound of it it'd be a while before I had the position but something doesn't sit right with me. Is it so they can just fire me whenever they want, rather than have to deal with the union? What's the deal guys? Stories? I want to understand what their motives are, what their incentives are so I can understand what's going on. I don't think I'm going to accept the offer right away because I'm happy loading right now. I think they're going to switch me around to unload next week but I'm not worried about it. I just feel like if I go into management right before peak I'm gonna up, get fired and regret it. Whereas if I just wait, I can get some job security when my probation period is up. I would like to be making fifteen an hour and to be working more hours, but I don't think it's the right time. Opinions?