41 yrs @ UPS...happily retired!!! Wasn’t easy, but worth it in the end! Just keep looking forward to that pension.
Provide better pay even if I'm not as beautiful as you want me to be. Maybe if I could afford to look nice, I would.
Got paid weekly. 1st check no 150$ bonus. Was told by HR. U don't get your 150$ bonus on 1st check! Wondering if correct
It is a world of honor telling people I work for UPS.
It’s number one in the global leading industry being ran by managerial supervision of heart and soul. In our division of 11720 of Center 1183 we have Head Supervisors like Adam Vanderbilt of 17 yrs. experience that embark on the code of Honor wearing the badge of integrity on his sleeve.
We’re brought into a Center in a code of respect and high standards in representation (reflected by what’s expected) professionalism and high value of operational excellence. The coordinated actions to diligently demand Early Am PCM’s to start the day off in safety. As a newcomer with time in there is a constant level of trust and open communication. Management values to develop a healthy culture answering any questions we have inside the workplace and out in the field provided by on call supervision.
When you start out and continue your road map of directional course with Ups you are empowered to grow. You just don’t stop learning.
Head Sup. Operates on displayed methods & procedures while on the road before you claim independence. He gives examples of proper approaches to incorporating Depth of Knowledge for NSPT’s First things First in proper Vehicle Pre-trip with proper steps of yard safety rules. We are taught visionary steps of package truck safety guidelines and given proper tools for safety. Imprinted and embedded are the proper ways of starting up at intersections how to properly space creating space for escape route and having planned out’s for emergency situations.
We are taught defensive driving strategies while being displayed.We learn to scale and be aware all all times. Learn how to keep ourselves away from billboards establish smooth stop and turns.
Upon delivery strategies we learn performance safety moving our feet accurately working in our power zone and using existing equipment to assist in lifting and lowering.
On our Diad V board we are taught every directional use of informational conforming of prompt’s to have a successful delivery.
On road supervisors deserve a standing ovation for there patience within training. They put there lives on the line to create the strongest and safest drivers Sup Vanderbilt coming from Training hundreds and hundreds of successful people. Bringing stable trustworthy employment.
For the result of training under Vanderbilt we learn strategic objectives and personal analysis Strategic formulation Strategic implications strategic evaluation and control
Deciding strategies of points of decision
An how to How to achieve results.
The Big Picture and idea provides expert wisdom for systematically providing and overall operations of excellence by the Big Browners High Value In Leadership and Value In fundamental and neurological training of consistency
An honor to tell people I work for UPS
Ups is a really good career choice... you make great money that doesn’t require a degree
You must be willing to work hard however are well compensated
We get paid each week ALWAYS on time and accurately
Ups is #1 in Valuable employment
I would guarantee that the belts/conveyers were kept at a reasonable speed. After late trucks (Williston, ND ) I notice they increase the speed. The brain automatically fills in when at stress and the number of misloads is guaranteed to increase. Better to work carefully at a good pace than speed up thinking it makes up time. In the long run it is worse and mistakes are made. During volume there needs to be extra attention to detail. I would also guarantee that the space at the dock is appropriate - we have to stack boxes to the sides of/against the trucks and off the dock in order to keep filling with smaller packages. This seems out of order for safety, egress and should be of great concern to our corporation.
Send undercover workers to places that have had complaints from current or former employees to see if those complaints are valid.
Start times fluctuate. I was hired on to work 430 to 9. Some times they ask you to come in at 415 other times 445. Also I've never worked a full 5 hours. Usually it's around 3. I've been told once peak season hits the hours will get longer.
I feel very confident about my future at UPS
Recently promoted from p/t packaging handler
To f/t driver making over $100,000 a yr.
with that UPS provides strong training schooling
Being in Maspeth Center had been a positive experience for my training skills thus far
Your scheduled interview is with multiple people. You meet at the warehouse, in a room, and wait for everyone to arrive. An HR employee gives you a quick run down of the position, hours you will work, and pay grade. After that you get a tour of the warehouse. Once the tour is over everyone goes back to the room and is pulled in one by one (this is done in order of who got their first and so on). A few questions are asked, additional paperwork is processed, and then you pick a day to go in for orientation/training.
The pace is fast but management tries to make it worse by making you feel like you're gonna lose a high paying job for lack of performance which management tries to brain wash you like they are & expect you to work at a pace that's pretty much at a robotic pace. The management belittles their drivers & especially to other management as well as your coworkers. All you are to UPS is a number, which is all management cares about. Its easy to deliver 135 deliveries, 250-300 pkgs 30 pickups 250-500 pickup pkgs in under 9.5 hrs on paper. But if you work as they say they want you to & that's safety first, walk don't run, & use all the methods they preach all that work they say should only take you 9.5 hrs to perform will easily take you 12 hrs to do in 1 day.