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9 days ago

Part-Time Dockworker W/CDL

UPS Kennesaw, GA

Candidates must be at least 21 years of age; must be able to read, write and speak the English language; must have a valid, Class A CDL, Haz-Mat and… UPS


16 days ago

Full-time Road Driver

UPS Kennesaw, GA

Applicants must be at least 21 years of age; and must have at least one year of tractor-trailer experience. Applicants must be able to read, write… UPS


6 days ago

Yard Shifter (Tractor Trailer)

UPS Roswell, GA +2 locations

UPS is hiring individuals to work as Part-Time Tractor Trailer Yard Shifters. This is not an over the road driving position but Tractor Trailer… UPS


6 days ago

Corporate Card Admin

UPS Roswell, GA

is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by persons assigned to this classification… UPS


10 days ago

Web Developer

UPS Atlanta, GA

The Business Information Analysis (BIA) Web Developer develops and maintains UPS intranet web applications using C# .NET/ASP.NET, HTML/CSS, and… UPS


16 hrs ago

Sales Operations Supervisor – new

UPS Atlanta, GA

The Sales Operations Supervisor provides initiative and data support for the Sales Operations Manager. He/She is responsible for ensuring day to day… UPS


28 days ago

PT Supervisor Midnight Operations

UPS Atlanta, GA

From our early roots as a Seattle, Washington bike-messenger company to our present day, multi-billion-dollar global corporation, our team has held a… UPS


19 days ago

Customer Experience Management Intern

UPS Atlanta, GA

The Customer Experience intern will identify customer insights, assess existing processes, identify opportunity areas, and communicate findings to… UPS


20 days ago

Treasury Bank Account Administration Specialist

UPS Atlanta, GA

The Treasury Bank Account Administration (BAA) Specialist analyzes bank services and related fees to minimize bank service expenses. He/She manages… UPS


19 days ago

Corporate Forecasting Reporting Specialist

UPS Atlanta, GA

The Forecasting Reporting Specialist is responsible for retrieving, analyzing, and converting volume, revenue and profitability performance data into… UPS


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    Former Employee - Package Handler/Driver  in  Acworth, GA
    Former Employee - Package Handler/Driver in Acworth, GA

    I worked at UPS

    Pros

    good benefits
    If you don't feel like showing up for work you don't have to and no one will care

    Cons

    The work environment is dirty and has no climate control. During the winter some parts of the warehouse have employees working outside, while others work inside. When it rains, most of the time you're going to get wet. Since the Union took over, it has become a race of "whoever does the least work for the longest time gets the promotion"
      Communication between management and employees is terrible, employees are constantly confused about the policies to get things done. Gossiping is a huge problem, along with the single goal of management, which is to get everything done as fast as possible and yell at everyone that doesn't complete your work 45 minutes early everyday.
      Those who are lazy receive the easier jobs with less work, and those that work hard are punished by being put in the areas/trucks with highest volume of packages. The only reward that diligent workers receive is that management will not trash talk about you behind your back, you won't receive a promotion and you won't be given more hours to work because you work hard.
      After 3 years and 9 months of seniority at UPS, I only received 40 hours of vacation time and 1 sick day. If you would like time off and you've been with the company more than 3 months, then management will require 2 to 3 months prior notice. If you just started with the company only 12 hours notice is required for a day off.

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    Promote your hard workers and stop rewarding laziness. If an employee has education treat him/her like they are intelligent and don't string them along with a dream about promotion. I finally left because I was told that I would be guaranteed 40 hours of work a week after 2 or 3 years. 3 years and 9 months later, I was told to wait another 3 years to be promoted on the employee level and another 6 years to be promoted to management.

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