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Up the pay by a dollar and give employees more incentive to stay and work with UPS.


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Positive reinforcement/recognition programs need to be overhauled.

Answered - Package Center Supervisor (Current Employee) - Klamath Falls, OR

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I would make sure the employees I am ensign to wear the proper clothes and none to power trip on the employees.

Answered - Package Handler (Current Employee) - Longwood, FL

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Poduction is the only thing that matters to them. They push the packages out so fast that many are damaged. They must say to their higher ups, well I saved 50.00 on payroll, but we spent 5,000.00 on repacks and our customers damaged goods. I would treat our extremely hard working people with the respect I ask for in return

Answered - Preloader (Former Employee) - Longwood, FL

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To give the drivers more of an idea of what time they will get out of work

Answered - Driver's Helper (Former Employee) - Hartford, CT

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Create more work-life balance and decrease hours for everyone.

Answered - On-Road Supervisor (Current Employee) - Commerce City, CO

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Add more employee incentives

Answered - Part Time Supervisor (Former Employee) - Hodgkins, IL

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Offer more pay

Answered - UPS Package Handler (Former Employee) - Swedesboro, NJ

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I would re-work the routes and packages to a more easy route that would be more time-efficient for the drivers. Deliveries would be able to get done so much faster and help others if the delivery routes and packages were organized better, instead they are more of an obstacle to any employee's 60 hour max work week.

Answered - Driver Helper (Former Employee) - Chula Vista, CA

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Less trucks to load. Sometimes you have to load up to 4 trucks at a time.

Answered - Pre Loader (Former Employee) - Reading, PA

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