Pros: compensation, benefits, cross-training options
Cons: Disorganization, lack of communication, high level of stress
Great opportunities to learn and gain different experience but had major communication issues from management on down. VERY high level of stress with this company plus too many people unwilling to do their job properly. Add disorganization at all levels to this and you get a nice list of work challenges. Time management is a must, two minutes late even for a legit issue is noted and brought to everyones attention. The best part about this company are the benefits and depending on what position/department you work in the money can be great but the more money you earn the less likely you are to have ANY personal, social, or family based life. This company requires a big commitment and you need to know your own limitations. UPS is not for everyone and if you need structure, step-by-step/hands on training, and consistency than this company is not for you. If you can work without those things plus with stone-age equipment, a paper system for filing everything, and minor paycheck issues than this company is for you. Again, the benefits and compensation bring many people in but after you are in everything else makes you think twice about staying.