Seasonal tractor trailer driver.

Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Sgentry883, Nov 23, 2019.

  1. RolloTony Brown Town

    RolloTony Brown Town Active Member

    I didn’t know you had any feeder or hiring experience... let me explain.

    Seasonals that come in this late (end of November) don’t get nearly as many opportunities to show what they’re made of.

    If he had started back in October? better opportunity. If he comes back in the summer or had started in the summer? Now they know you can handle the job for the bulk of the year.

    feeder drivers that come in this late have no time to learn Ivis, to learn CPU, to learn how to stay on a full feeder schedule.

    They DO have enough time to learn how to shuttle empty finkle and barnunn trailers across the street and shift trailers in the yard. Unless desperate for drivers, these are the last employees that management is looking at for staying on after peak.
  2. Upsidedownbrown

    Upsidedownbrown New Member

    Dont listen to all the negatives on here. I was seasonal for 2 yrs. Never laid off after peak. Hired on permanent one month ago. It would have been sooner but I dropped a trailer in December of 2017 so I had to prove myself. Good luck
  3. Sgentry883

    Sgentry883 New Member

    Thanks for your all’s input I’m going to try and get in and see what happens.