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I was a package handler. The supervisors are horrible people in the Wichita, KS depot. They will expect too much from you in too short of a period of time with too little training. I advise people to not work here. The environment is absolutely toxic, you'll be expected to be some kind of miracle worker, I've had other UPS employees agree with me, employees who had worked in different departments for many years. I worked as a driver helper before, and it was a hundred times better because I didn't have to deal with anyone from the depot, only working by helping out a delivery driver. Being a package handler is almost slave labor. It pays well enough but when they say that job is going to wear on you mentally, it's only because of the cruel supervisors constantly breathing down your neck if you mess up even once.

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Horrible people in management and downright cruel supervisors, too much expected of me from too little training.

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Yes they paid weekly

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There are a variety of hours

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Positive reinforcement/recognition programs need to be overhauled.

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Ups I believe will always be successful as long as they continue to innovate and take care of their people.

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10:00 till 7:00

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Follow amazon's model of leadership and value in its employees.

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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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