Transferring from one facility to another?

beandip

New Member
Hi, new to this site and a pretty new UPS employee. I was just wondering how I would go about transferring to another facility. I was informed that the best way to get a transfer would be through my education. I do plan on enrolling in a school this fall in another state and wanted some more information on this subject like how soon could I get transferred, and how I could actually.. do it?
 

542thruNthru

Well-Known Member
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Bastiatian

Well-Known Member
Be prepared for a battle. HR repeatedly lied to me throughout my transfer process. Things only went through when I went way above their heads.
 

burrheadd

KING Of GIFS
Hi, new to this site and a pretty new UPS employee. I was just wondering how I would go about transferring to another facility. I was informed that the best way to get a transfer would be through my education. I do plan on enrolling in a school this fall in another state and wanted some more information on this subject like how soon could I get transferred, and how I could actually.. do it?
Used to work next to a guy named Beandip
Claimed he wasn’t Mexican he was from Spain
WTF
 

JustDeliverIt

Well-Known Member
Hi, new to this site and a pretty new UPS employee. I was just wondering how I would go about transferring to another facility. I was informed that the best way to get a transfer would be through my education. I do plan on enrolling in a school this fall in another state and wanted some more information on this subject like how soon could I get transferred, and how I could actually.. do it?

If you are less than a year just apply at the new location. PT'ers are a revolving door for a majority of places. The fact that you worked at a different hub you should have no issues getting hired unless you have problems at your current location.
 
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