Question about after peak layoff for preload

Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by artist, Dec 26, 2007.

  1. artist

    artist New Member

    Hi, on Monday our main supervisor told us at a meeting that they're layingoff people and people who started during November need to call in to see if worker are needed. I was confused after the meeting because I wasnt sure if I'm supposed to show up on the 26th or not. My area supervisor didnt say anything to me to show up like usually so I figure I didnt have to come in since there was a sign up list already. My question is how does the layoff work at UPS do they tell you that you're layoff and do they give you a document indicating that you're layoff?
  2. brownrodster

    brownrodster New Member

    That would have been a good question for your supervisor...
    Perhaps you should call and see if they need you.
    There is no document. This morning when I went in I was happy to find out I wasn't needed. I should have called first but didn't think about it.
  3. 2Slow

    2Slow Member

    UPS lays people off on a day to day basis. I'm unaware of any permanent layoffs in package operations.
    If you need the money, show up everyday anyway...