when I got yo work I got straight to work I found a truck to unload and start work I also helped people who needed help because every truck was done besides one or two I always volunteered my services regardless of how cold or hot it got I was just always going to different departments helping out
Package Car Driver/Customer Service Counter (Former Employee) – Mount Olive, NJ – September 22, 2018
Management overall is terrible to their employees, a very stressful job, physically demanding also very stressful on your social life..The best part of the job was being out on the road and meeting new people, most customers were great but you would always have that one or two who could ruin your day just thinking about having to deliver to them. Your job basically becomes your social life as you see the same people every day and you see them more often than your own family. You could never make plans to see your kid's school events or sporting events as you worked long hours usually not getting home until 9 pm. Unless you took unpaid days off or used personal time and if management was aware that you had plans for an evening and that you were going to try and work through lunch to go somewhere they would intentionally overload your truck knowing you were going to work through lunch just so you couldn't make it to your planned evening. They have no concern for their employee's safety, it is all about delivering the packages at any cost!!
benefits and pay
Vindictive management, treat their employees terrible, they harass their drivers to the point of drivers having nervous break downs.
Driver (Current Employee) – Harrisburg, PA – September 22, 2018
for 4 to 8 hrs straight sorting and loading boxes into a truck. we had to adjust to changing conditions of the weather because there was no air conditioner but there was heat in the winter. I still love my job
Great Experience in providing packing and shipping assistance to the public
Owner / Manager (Former Employee) – Price, UT – September 21, 2018
I loved the public contact and the office assistant help that I was able to provide to the public. To pack and ship was a great part of the business. I was very happy to receive packages and deliver to the customers was very rewarding part of the job
Air UPS Industial Engineer (Former Employee) – Memphis, TN – September 21, 2018
Working here as management is all about who you know. Once people were able to move up into new positions without a bachelor's degree. It is now strongly encouraged to have your degree or be working on your degree or you will be passed over for positions or new roles.
UPS Driver Helper (Former Employee) – Peru, IL – September 21, 2018
while working for UPS on a regular work day went by quick. And everyone I worked with was friendly including the management. The type of job I can grow at and love going to work to make sure everything got delivered.
Very busy.Fast paced.Easy going environment. Very great training for positions. Competitive pay, work bonuses and allow you to be yourself and be a part of the company without compromising your beliefs.
Unloader/Sorter (Former Employee) – Piscataway, NJ – September 21, 2018
It's a good job if u need benefits other than tht it's not a job tht can support one living without getting a second job so I wouldn't recommend a kid out of high school this job unless he just wants the benefits.
Yard Control Associate (dispatcher) 2am (Former Employee) – Hodgkins, IL – September 21, 2018
Too much favoritism allowed. Too see relatives of managers hired and to be promoted to full time within 6 months of service after you have worked and proven your abilities for many years was very disappointing. Management was poor and sometimes without much knowledge. If you weren't apart of the click or wasn't related to someone it was becoming difficult to advance. After 21 years of service I realized I should have went after other career opportunities with other companies.
Work was available and my paycheck was in the bank every week.
Package Handler (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – September 21, 2018
the hardest part bout the job was to be out there and any type of weather. Snow , rain , real cold or really hot , you was outside. If your are afraid of heights then that would be a problem because you would be in a aircraft unloading box’s. There’s also small places you would have to go in to get to the small boxes