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UPS Vacation & Paid Time Off

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This article is about UPS Vacation & Paid Time Off in US

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Employee Comments

  • Mar 4, 2015
    Former Part Time Package Handler in League City, Texas

    I think you have to work there for x amount of days or months before you are eligible for paid time off and paid vacation

  • Mar 3, 2015
    Current Local Sort Supervisor in Norfolk, Nebraska

    2 weeks of prepaid vacation and if you need time off you're paid as a salary employee.

  • Feb 13, 2015
    Former sr admin asst in Anaheim, California

    UPS starts you out with a 2 week vacation (after the first year) and 11 paid days off to use as you need

  • Jan 18, 2015
    Current OMS in Minneapolis, Minnesota

    The only issue is planning time of around those who choose before you. If you're new don't count on summer time vacations.

  • Dec 31, 2014
    Current Part Time Supervisor in Phila, Pennsylvania

    1 year = 1 week vacation.
    3 years = 2 weeks vacation.
    5 years = 3 weeks vacation.
    10 years = 4 weeks vacation.

    paid holidays = memorial day, July 4th, labor day, thanksgiving, Christmas, new years eve, new years day.

    5 optional days

  • Dec 27, 2014

    IVE WORKED FOR UPS 9 MONTHS AND IVE USED 2 WEEKS 10 DAYS OF my vacation and after I found another job ive received a letter from them saying I have to pay $460 for 6.67 days of vacation that we paid for you. So I called them and they told me your vacation starts after 6 months of work but my manager told me a different story. I was a Part time supervisor there. Can anyone confirm this info if im right or they ? thank you ahead!!

  • Dec 9, 2014
    Current On Car Supervisor in Norwood, Massachusetts

    Start at 2 weeks per year and an additional week is earned every 5 years of employment with no cap. Absolutely not time off for any employee from Mid-November all the way through the entire month of January due to the Peak Volume Season. Can only take a maximum of one week of vacation at a time. Direct managers will hold you accountable to for poor performance during your absence.

  • Dec 2, 2014
    Current Seasonal Package Handler in Springfield Gardens, New York State

    I do not receive paid time off or a vacation. I work as a part-time seasonal employee. I would like to work full-time.

  • Nov 29, 2014
    Current Driver Service Provider in West Palm Beach, Florida

    The only drawback is you cannot take vacation between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Senior drivers and management get 6 weeks of vacation and option/sick days.

  • Nov 25, 2014

    They will not pay you for the holiday if you worked extra hours that holiday week

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