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Ups has a fast past

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If a worker doesnot drive there is no Sept to get them there a 3am what can they do?

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For a better job. I never thought I would be saying I left UPS. Unheard of yes ups is a strong company but that isn't always good. You forget about the little people. Without all of us little people those CEO the higher ups wouldn't have those jobs. Not saying they didn't earn that position but I'm the one out there doing the physical labor I'm the face of the company but most companies forget that. Those higher ups I do respect because I could never get a college degree but I do have great set of jobs skills that I can do too that they can't do. I would love to see most of those higers up jump in a semi every day and drive it and then have to drive a different one the next day because everyone knows that not one semi drives the same but a good drivers can get into any semi drive it and not complain about it

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Anywhere from 4-8 hours

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$1.00 Pay raise after 90 working days.
$0.50 Pay raise 1 year after hire date

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I just got hired drug screen tomorrow for part time package sorter.

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Yes they hire felons. Not all felons, but some. I'll reiterate what someone's already said about theft and violence being a bit if an issue, but it just depends on the situation. They'll want to know what happened, when it happened, and whether it's a recurring theme in your life. I'm a felon and they hired me as a seasonal package handler. I was up front about my past and actually brought it up at my first tour/interview. My felony was non-violent and not at all theft related, i didn't have anything else on my record, and it had been three years since i took the plea and four years since my offense. I was of course laid off two or three days into the new year, but i kept going in to work everyday just in case someone called or or they needed an extra body for some reason, just kept after it, and i finally officially got my job back after about four months. I've been with them for just about two years now and my past has never affected my job in any way. My advice to someone with some "stuff" in their past like me would be to apply, be forthcoming and honest, and then be persistent as bleep. Worked for me.

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Working with less pay

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Yes, I don't see why not unless you mean in the sense of a medical resident.

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