Good job but make you work hard for your pay check.
Pre-Loader (Former Employee) – Orlando,FL – September 30, 2016
As a part-time Pre-Loader I worked from 3am to 9am, Monday through Friday. When they say that this is a fast-paced environment they mean it. I started off only loading 3 trucks but eventually they bumped me up to 4 trucks. From the time I clocked in to the time I clocked out it was non-stop movement.
Great pay, fixed working hours
Short breaks, pressured to move quickly, can become stressful at times
Driver helper/ seasonal (Former Employee) – Saginaw, MI – September 29, 2016
got a chance to get know a lot of new people throughout the hospital always had something to do never a dull moment. Most co workers were pretty cool. Some had to learn to pace themselves to avoid over exertion.
Operations Supervisor (Current Employee) – Sunnyvale, CA – September 29, 2016
I worked for UPS Freight for almost six months. I joined their team as a Part-Time Operations Supervisor. They said the ideal candidate would be a student wanting their first crack at management. After five months I had received no training and was expected to know how to run the operational reports and everything else. They are seriously numbers driven and unwilling to train or provide coaching for employees. By far, the worst place I have ever worked. They heavily pushed numbers while being well understaffed and ultimately created a hostile union environment. They also have an open door policy, but you are not allowed to speak with anyone in upper management. To sum it up, you receive zero training in a hostile environment, no one shows you how to do anything, management will expect you to know things which you have not been trained in, and on top of it all you will be criticized for not knowing your stuff.
management, union, hostile, numbers driven, no understanding of freight service, no training
Its a fun and chill place to work and it stay busy with work everyday.
Sweeper (Current Employee) – Orlando, FL – September 29, 2016
We have fun as much as we work, everyone gets along with each other and understand as a team to get the work done. It's busy everyday and that's a good thing at the job, getting out of work is a good to get out and come back later in the day.
Store Associate (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – September 28, 2016
I usually start by opening the store in the morning. Turning everything on, counting the drawers, cleaning the floor if necessary. Then I open the store for customers and then pack & ship packages for them. Or process returns. I learned how to pack and ship properly, handle multiple customers at once, do claims for packages.
If you want to get paid littke for alot of work yhis is the job for you
Supervisor (Current Employee) – Bloomington, MN – September 28, 2016
You have to know the esta and Vista packet in the same order back to front you have to sleep and breath that packet or they will fire you as a supervisor. A lot if people smile in your face but talk about you behind your back.
Unloader/Loader (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – September 28, 2016
At Ups i loaded and unloaded company trucks. I learned how to properly lift and load packages. The only hard part of the job is that there is no a/c or heat in the warehouse, so whatever the temperature outside is the same inside.
health and dental benefits
heat in the summer and cold in winter in warehouse
Responsible to offload aircraft, set loads to load on outbound aircraft
Air Ramp/USPS (Current Employee) – Honolulu, HI – September 28, 2016
Responsible for working in a safe environment due to heavy equipment, work in the guidelines of FAA. Daily routine of off loading aircraft to designated destinations. Storing equipment properly in assigned areas before end of day.
Excellent health benefits, physical enough to keep mind and body healthy
I am very experienced in forklift operation so I enjoy working there
Warehouse Worker (Current Employee) – West Chester, PA – September 28, 2016
This company would run a lot better if everything was based on performance instead of seniority. Guys who been there for a long time with higher pay rates don't do much work. New employees do the majority of the work for the least amount of pay.
UPS Supervisor (Former Employee) – Ardmore, OK – September 27, 2016
UPS has very good benefits but is very physical job. The balance between home and work does not equal up in time spent. Advancement is done on seniority basis as it is a union job. Management however is not union.