Discussion in 'FedEx Discussions' started by margin_walker, Dec 14, 2015.
Who knows about the policy (if any) regarding transferring stations with an active warning letter?
As far as I know, a letter doesn't prevent a transfer.
I thought a letter could prevent a transfer. I don't know for sure though.
A letter CAN prevent a transfer if the letter is related to something you might do in your current position, plus it's at manager's discretion. I had a warning letter for a safety issue in my file when I tried to transfer previously to a courier position. The receiving manager wouldn't let me take the position. He said because safety was a part of my job as a courier.
It can prevent you from transfer. We have a new driver now that after accepting our position as RTD got a letter as a handler for jumping a moving belt. His senior called the hiring manager to inform him. Our manager didn't care because we don't have belts at our location and don't work around them. Now if he was going for another handler or courier job it could have very well made a difference, but for RTD they didn't care.
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