This is my first post on this forum. I'm glad I found this wealth of information. Its good to have a place to voice off after a long day of unloading trucks. Sorry for the rambling. I'll get to the point.... I began working for UPS back in 2004. I started in unload, and after several months, I was promoted to part-time supervisor. After awhile, I was offered a new job that I felt better suited my school needs, and so I left the company. Big mistake. In June of this year, I decided it would be worth it to try and get rehired. Luckily, I was rehired. At my interview, an old friend informed me UPS had changed the policy regarding rehiring supervisors. I was hired back as an hourly, back in unload, in the same area, under the same full time supervisor. I was interested in returning to part-time management, and so after 2 months of being back, I turned in a letter of interest. The day before, I was having a conversation with the HR rep that hired me back, and she let it slip that she made a mistake when she rehired me. The more and more I try to remember, the blurrier the conversation becomes, but what I remember coming away thinking was that she had made a mistake rehiring me as an hourly, and I was supposed to be rehired as a part-time supervisor or a similar position. This is where I need some help. Today, I took this to my sort manager to try and get some answers and resolve. He came back to me after speaking with the regional HR office and HR rep that hired me back, and he says I am where I am supposed to be: as an hourly employee. After hearing a story of another supervisor trying to return as an hourly and not being allowed to, my suspicions have been aroused. After spending a good hour or two total on UPSERS.COM, I can find nothing concerning the policy for my case. I don't know where to look to get the information I need to know. I want undisputable proof of whether or not I should be a supervisor. Can anyone direct me to where I might find conclusive evidence either way? I've been tempted to contact corporate HR, but unfortunately I don't have the number. HELP!?