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YES, UPS does hire felons on an individual basis. The company does not have a blanket statement with regard to the hiring of felons. Felons with recent convictions and or convictions related to theft or violence MAY have a harder time, but should not be discouraged from applying anyway. I know more than a few felons that have been hired in Maryland. UPS is very big on honesty so be prepared to disclose all criminal history if asked on the application or during an interview. You will be disqualified on the spot for lying about your criminal background, so don't; again - UPS has a major hard on about honesty. The felons that I know in Maryland were honest on the app, were not questioned during the interview about their crimes and were hired anyway. All of them are still working at UPS and one is a new hire as of Aug. 2017. Go for it and good luck!

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Do you need to take drug test at ups in Montgomery al?

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In some cases.

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I did not receive any paid time off

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General questions name DOB work history Etc.

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To become a full time employee at UPS, you generally have to be working there for about 10 years, from what I saw. I only knew a few full time employees, and they had both been there for 10+ years.

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The work is very stressful.

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Are the union benefits in reading PA offered at the time you are hired or do you have to wait a year?

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BARELY, you'd have to reinvent the wheel before a raise is even considered. They did give raises for Notary, which was a $1 and now its dropped to $0.50.

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