proactive, fast paced, hard work, non-stop, loud work environment
Loader/Unloader (Derzeitiger Mitarbeiter) – Nanuet, NY – 24. September 2018
This is a active job, if your slow and show you don't want to work there they will get rid of you. Graveyard shift is the worst as long as you are at work before start time(on start time is late) your good. Some supervisor's have no communication which is bad but you must work as directed. This job has a pension at minimum 5 years which is good. You will sweat and freeze at this job,this job is not for everyone expecially lazy people! One last thing this job will mess up your sleep habits!
college tuition, health benefits for part-timers, great workout
horrible management, hard to get overtime off peak, 10 minute break up to 5 hours 59 minutes worked (6hrs + 30min break by law)
UPS provide a good and secure job environment and of any properties are easy to get on with
Currier (Ehemaliger Mitarbeiter) – Brighton, East Sussex – 24. September 2018
UPS provide a good and secure job environment and of any properties are easy to get on withAlso there is always opportunity to move forward within the company and is it encouraged to do so you would also be helped towards the goal that you wish to achieve
Good pension security and a good wage
There was a lot of pressure on delivering packages on time
Loader (Ehemaliger Mitarbeiter) – Oak Creek, WI – 24. September 2018
Basically when you start you start from the ground as a loader of semi truck by hand stacking boxes. Technically they are to be stacked neatly but prior shift just tossed them in and you have to restack them.
Nice break room with different brands of coffee and tea for free. Also nice sitting lounge area.
Sr. Collateral Analyst (Derzeitiger Mitarbeiter) – Atlanta North, GA – 24. September 2018
I am very grateful for the opportunity to work at UPS and it has allowed me grow in many areas of my life. It is a fast pace environment and you must come in willing to go the extra mile because UPS is going through a major transition and a lot of the knowledge has retired since we just has a lot of retirees in August. It can be a great place to work. It's what you make it.
clock in go to trailer and start loading and unloading packages in trailer within first 10 mins i am drenched in sweat.i learned how to work on my own.my supervisor was a joke. workplace culture is very laid back no problems with my coworkrs mainly with my supervisor who jumped down my throat my second day there assiging me to two of the hardest trailers.hardest part of the job is the lack and inability to train employees i watched a video on OCEA then was thrown into the fire basically and assigned to two of the hardest trailers.the most enjoyable part of this job was the water break.
pay was horrible for amount of work done not compensated enough.
TSG Technician Internal/External (Ehemaliger Mitarbeiter) – Harrisburg, PA – 24. September 2018
UPS upper management is bad but the work force is dedicated and family oriented. The workers and low level managers desire better. The disfunction of the uppper management teams corrupts the lower level supervisors and managers due to excess stress placed upon the work force with no clear direction or incentives to keep people employed. High turnover rate
Delivery Driver (Ehemaliger Mitarbeiter) – Huntingburg, IN – 24. September 2018
This job is a very competitive job that offers many amazing benefits and great pay, however you have to work very hard with uncertain hours to earn that pay. Once you become a driver there is very little to no room for error.
As a Seasonal Driver Helper you are prepared for the job by attending and completing and orientation. This outlines: the delivery of package expectations, policies and procedures as well as compliance with driver instructions and safe work habits. Days could be long dependent on the package load. The drivers don't stop for breaks/rest periods so be prepared to go non-stop all day once you get into the van. The drivers were mostly very friendly and helpful. On occasion packages can be very awkward to handle and can be very heavy.
Little time to stop and take a breath in occasionally really long days.
Package Handler (Derzeitiger Mitarbeiter) – Salt Lake City, UT – 23. September 2018
UPS doesn't seem to care about the health or safety of it's employees very much but stresses production at all costs. UPS won't invest in air conditioning for it's trucks or the inside of it's hubs and the hot seasons are extremely difficult and have even been fatal for some people.