Package Handler (Former Employee) – Horsham, PA – December 5, 2013
The benefits were great at UPS. Sadly the working conditions seemed to decline year after year and eventually I left for fear of getting injured; Also I enjoyed the work but I decided I wanted something different for a career.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Chester, VA – January 20, 2017
This business is ran very efficiently. Such a fast paste job but management made it as fun and as easy as possible. My favorite part of this job was the wotk out like routine that came with the job. It allowed the day to go by alot faster
Package Handler (Former Employee) – Horsham, PA – January 20, 2017
It's was fun working there and the employees, supervisors and the entire management team are extremely supportive. They will let you know it's a lot of work but doesn't pay that much when you first start but as the years progress you see a big change in your pay. They also have great benefits.
Great place to work. Helps with schooling and also room to advance. Benefits are also great. Very welcoming people to work with and if you like a job that keeps you working which makes work go by fast, then this is a great place for you
Entering this company as a "seasonal Employee" means waiving all rights to your own dignity. They give you very little training before holding you accountable to events beyond your control. You will work when they want you to and get sent home constantly after arriving ready to work.
inconsistant work hours, low salary for such hard work
Data Entry/Package handler/Preload (Current Employee) – San Ramon, CA – January 20, 2017
This job gives very great benefits but not much security. Even when you are a permanent employee they still only provide you a spot by seniority basis only no matter how much of a good worker or employee you are. Basically your replaceable and you oly work part time.
Great for Job Advancement and benefits. Terrible for health.
Package Handler (Current Employee) – Chula Vista, CA – January 20, 2017
The highlight of working at UPS as Twilight Preload (the shift from anywhere from 2am-10am) is the benefits. That is one of the main reasons most people are working there. The problem lies in that you get them after a year of employment, and the pay is not much above dirt and rocks. It is guaranteed you will not have energy, you will be sore, and in a relatively bad mood for about the first 2 months of employment. This job is not for everyone but if you can survive it, it's something to be quite proud of. The employees are the lifeblood, many keep to themselves but they all live for the few loud and funny ones that brighten the work day. It's not a bad place to start a career by any means, but be weary of not having time for your family, especially during holidays. Management seemingly cares more about themselves and their positions than anyone in the company. 2 hours of HARD work followed by a 10 minute break, followed by another 3 hours of HARD work.
Software Development Intern (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – January 19, 2017
UPS Capital, the financial services business unit of United Parcel Service, offers traditional and non-traditional financial services and insurance products. UPS Capital offers internship to graduate/under graduate students for professional development considering the profile of the candidate and performance in the interview.
UPS Package Handler (Former Employee) – Crystal City, MO – January 19, 2017
Work went by fast and things usually went smoothly. The management was alright, not everyone was on the same page.The hardest part was getting all the packages to fit in the places they need to go. I enjoyed the people the most.