Supervisor (Former Employee) – Elkhart, IN – August 28, 2016
This is jail. 4am work starts winter hours be there or get wrote up and in your workarea no breaks hard work 10 min breather in the middle of the 4 hour shift. If you like to work hard not smart then this the place for you. Management and Unions have constant wars people get fired and come back in a week. Union works band together Management fights each other for manpower hardest part is getting everything done on time without touching box with out someone filing a grievance. most enjoyable is leaving
its only 4hrs for union workers
you get treated like you are nothing and favortism is at an all time high here
Loader/Sorter (Current Employee) – Orlando, FL – August 28, 2016
Customer Service representative with great team management skills. In sales for a little more than 5 years of experience with handle customers, local or far. Talented in making sure that person I sale to is satisfied with what they walk out with. It is my job to make sure everyone is on the same page. Excellent communication skills come into play to employees around me. Not only can i follow directions but I can also take lead in any circumstances. I will always put myself out as a leader, not a follower.
Tough job for low pay. It is good exercise for someone who is trying to lose weight. It teaches you discipline and builds character. The benefits are very good but you have to work there for at least a year before you can get them.
Operations Supervisor (Former Employee) – Maspeth, NY – August 28, 2016
the only way to make real money here is become a driver or a supervisor. anything less is not worth the hard physical work. to be a supervisor, you need to be intelligent, have good people skills, be persuasive sometimes, and tough because the workforce is tough and when they smell weakness you're finished. if you can run this operation, you'll get paid some good money. you won't have much of a social life though. it's especially tough if you have kids.
productive, fun work,friendly people,helpful poeple
Stocker (Former Employee) – Gaithersburg, MD – August 27, 2016
UPS was great, a handy man's job fast passed on a busy day, friendly people to help all around, i really liked the job, i was a package handler all i did was load boxes in a 18wheeler, could be more, it depends on what day you working on, could be busy, could not. it was like playing tetris it was fun, they got more positions such as driver,loader, unload-er, and others.
free pizza for break
short breaks, water break anytime, bathroom break etc...
UPS Package Handler (Former Employee) – Chester, VA – August 25, 2016
UPS was a perfect fit for me while I was there. It allowed me to work in the evening get off 6 hours later and still allowed me to have time to continue with the rest of my day without feeling tired or drained.
At UPS, I started working at a young age, and worked my way through college. In this time I learned life values and created vision as to where and how I wanted to pursue my career. UPS and my aspirations did not align leaving me to make the decision to leave and pursue my goals.