UPS Vacation & Paid Time Off

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92 of 97 employees (94.85%) reported this benefit.

Employee Comments

  • Mar 19, 2015
    Current Package Car Driver in Lenexa, Kansas

    Get more vacation as you gain more seniority

  • Mar 18, 2015
    Current UPS Unloader in Sioux Falls, South Dakota

    You get two full weeks of Paid Vacation! You can pick anytime except in the months of November and December.

  • Mar 9, 2015
    Current UPS Preloader in Chelmsford, Massachusetts

    Paid vacation after a year and five paid sick days.

  • 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
    Employee

    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.

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