Very good part time job. Labor intense work but easy. Not a female job but a good job for any young man who is working his way through college looking for a little extra money with good health benefits.
Senior Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Atlanta, Ga – March 27, 2017
I entered National Account contracts and addendums. Also set up meetings for the Pricing Dept. No problems with any immediate Managers. Coordinated United Way volunteer day on a yearly basis. I also was allowed to tutor at our Elementary School which were very enjoyable. The hardest part was not being able to advance without a degree when I felt I was more than capable of doing the job with my experience. Workplace was very professional but as with all companies you had to deal with gossip, etc...
Salary & benefits
Having to have a degree to advance when I knew I could do more with the company.
Fast pace work place and none to little room for error.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – March 27, 2017
A typical day working here would be fast paced. I learned how to work in a stressful environment. The management was laid back. I really enjoyed the free food provided by mailbox holders and also management. The workplace was really chilled and fun to work at especially when we were getting all the work done efficiently.
Sometimes we were provided free foot by management or customers.
Driver Helper (Former Employee) – Indiana, PA – March 27, 2017
I really enjoyed working with UPS, it was an interesting work place, even though I work directly with the driver I enjoyed the job. The driver was friendly and the few time I went to the main office the administrative staff was also kind
Warehouse Load Associate (Current Employee) – Hodgkins, IL – March 27, 2017
I love what I do, but there are no full-time positions available. Full time comes with seniority. I learn a lot from the veterans who been working there a long time. It is a great job to retire from if you can even get a full time position. There are really no hard parts to the job. Work is fast pace and consistent.
Great place for beginner and the people are great I work with.
Seasonal Driver Helper (Former Employee) – Chantilly, VA – March 27, 2017
This was a very fast paced job. I was just seasonal but it was quick paced and a lot of hours. We worked rain or shine. The customers were wonderful. The man I worked with helped me learn quickly. The only bad thing about it is that I fell numerous times in the ice and snow. But all in all it was so much fun.
Bulk Driver (Current Employee) – Hodgkins, IL – March 26, 2017
working hard everyday learning hard to work with others problem solving hardest part of the job is working nights best part is enjoying the days I have learned hard work and dedication and how to get along with others and get things accomplished on a daily basis.
A typical day here is you are overworked with a 10 minute break, you don't get enough hours and the pay isn't great for what we have to do. I do enjoy the people but some of the management doesn't seem like they deserve their job. They live by the whole "it's above my pay grade" mentality.
Nice people, they are safe.
Short breaks, have to be there a year before you can do anything.
UPS believes in promoting from within. This creates a partnership among all management levels. UPS is compared to the military in the way we manage all facets of the business. This has made us successful for over 100 years. We continue to evolve and be leaders in the industry. The opportunity for advancement. UPS believes in operations rotations to make their management well rounded. UPS gave me the education I needed for success through internal training schools and seminars.
UPS Seasonal Driver Helper (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – March 25, 2017
I enjoyed working with the drivers. I got along with them. Everyone on the job were always professional and dedicated. It helped me to be alert/attentive to detail. In addition, it was very nice to just ride around the city and to see people smile when you deliver their items or pick them up.
The drivers were very nice to me and very dedicated. I enjoyed working with them
Great benefits but long waiting period for advancement
Package Handler (Current Employee) – Roseburg, OR – March 25, 2017
The first several months you only work if there is a high volume of packages and you have to wait til approximately 1 hr 30 minutes before start time to see if you even work that day. It is a union job and the benefits are very good. Safety is a huge concern and is addressed daily. There are also weekly knowledge assessments from which you can earn prizes. I have personally received a lot of positive recognition from supervisors and their training was thorough.