Was 1 of 3 who got interviewed ,now what, she didnt say she was gonna call

Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by kimo24b, Mar 22, 2012.

  1. kimo24b

    kimo24b New Member

    so what do i do? are they gonna call me? we took a tour with like 13 people. at the end she called us 1 by 1,,but she told me' to go upstairs and wait cause she wanted to interview me, how come she didnt hire me on the spot then..or even say ok i will call you. just said"thank you" and i left..confused lol HELLLP did i get the job? cause i had all the experience interview went great,,, Help!
  2. rod

    rod retired and happy

    You think you are confused now---just wait til you get the job.
  3. klein

    klein Für Meno :)

    What else do you expect ? Welcome to modern day slavery ! You'll never get answers, not at UPS as I know it, anyways.
  4. Przemeknj

    Przemeknj New Member

    If she doesn't call u back in 2 weeks call them up and ask. That will show u care about the job.
  5. NeedArealJob

    NeedArealJob New Member

    Who knows. I figure its random. I showed up late with my tour of ppl. Still ended up with the job. They didn't even call the guy who had worked for UPS before the past. So who can say. Good luck.
  6. robot

    robot Large Member

    I showed up drunk at my interview and I kept calling the woman who interviewed me "dude" and I still got the job.


    BSWALKS I Wanna Be Sedated

    The dude abides
  8. kimo24b

    kimo24b New Member

    ohh..well ok.. i guess ill wait.
  9. Bubblehead

    Bubblehead My Senior Picture

    pend·ing (p[​IMG]n[​IMG]d[​IMG]ng)adj.1. Not yet decided or settled; awaiting conclusion or confirmation.
    2. Impending; imminent.

    prep.1. While in the process of; during.
    2. While awaiting; until.
  10. Cementups

    Cementups Box Monkey

    2 weeks?!?!??! He/she wants a job today. 2 weeks goes by and you're still without a job. At the most wait a week and give them a holler and let them know you are still interested in the job
  11. kimo24b

    kimo24b New Member

    ok.. i should have asked for a business card.
  12. satellitedriver

    satellitedriver Moderator Staff Member

    Glad I could fix that for ya.
    Modern day Slavery?
    $80 to $90k a year, with a $30k benefit package!!!!!
    Oh, Lordy, Lordy hows we po folk gonna break dees chains.
    Swing low sweet chariot.

  13. NeedArealJob

    NeedArealJob New Member

    Uh...pre loaders don't see that money your talking about....and that rant at the end reminds me of what the dog did on family guy
  14. klein

    klein Für Meno :)

    Doesn't almost everyone earn that these days ? : (and we're only at the 8th spot) :(

    Canada’s Best Places to Live 2012

    #9 Red Deer (66.8 pts.)
    We’re not saying everyone in Red Deer has money to burn but the fact is salaries there average $105,667 a year, discretionary income is way above average and the city’s jobless rate is enviable (4.5%). The air is relatively clean and it doesn’t rain all that much. Located between Calgary and Edmonton, the city is quickly becoming a centre for mining, oil and gas extraction.

    #8 Edmonton (67.4 pts.)
    Edmontonians can relish the fact that they have topped their rival city of Calgary in MoneySense’s Best Places to Live 2012 rankings. The underdog city punches above its weight in discretionary income—the average resident has nearly 30% paycheque left over after paying for basic expenses like food—and taxes in Alberta are among the lowest in the country. Luckily, the city has the doctors and amenities to keep up with population growth which is running high at 11.2%.
  15. moreluck

    moreluck golden ticket member

    I like the description of Red Deer...."the air is relatively clean." (compared to what.......??)
  16. Earion

    Earion New Member

    After my one on one, which was a week later after the "cattle call", she sad the same thing to me. She called me maybe two days later and said they wanted to move forward with hiring me. I was then directed to return to the website where I entered my application and complete a few more steps (can't quite remember, but one may have been a background authorization). It took another week or so until I heard back from that. Maddening wait, no question. They seem to have a fairly rigid process that you just have to suffer through.
  17. satellitedriver

    satellitedriver Moderator Staff Member

    Almost everyone does not and you are a prime example.
    No real earnings for the last 4yrs.
    Here is the average salary in Canada;
    BTW, it is 1/2 of what I make, excluding my $30,000.00 benefit pkg.
    Average Salary In Canada | 2011/2012 Survey

    How much do you make at the liquor store?
  18. klein

    klein Für Meno :)

    I don't think any company has a $30K bennie package here, since healthcare is already paid for. Perhaps some that will match the 401 K (RRSP called here) 1:1 and up to that sum.
  19. klein

    klein Für Meno :)

    I don't think any company has a $30K bennie package here, since healthcare is already paid for. Perhaps some that will match the 401 K (RRSP called here) 1:1 and up to that sum.

    Besides, your link is totally garbage, offset by lower house prices ? Who are they kidding ? Can't get a decent used home for under $300.000 these days !
  20. av8torntn

    av8torntn Well-Known Member

    Two weeks only=a couple hundred bucks right?