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16 days ago

Tractor Trailer Driver

UPS Casper, WY

Applicants must pass a DOT physical and drug test and successfully pass a UPS road test. Qualified applicants must have a valid commercial driver’s… UPS

30+ days ago

Package Handler - Part-Time

UPS Casper, WY

Package Handlers receive a competitive hourly rate and also an attractive benefits package. Please note that these opportunities are part-time only… UPS

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    Total lack of communication and respect

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    Current Employee - Package Car Driver in Casper, WY
    Current Employee - Package Car Driver in Casper, WY

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    In this area of the country the pay is good, so employee retention is high. This affords employees to build good bonds with each other and their customers to provide a good service. The benefits are also very good for a labor intensive job without any needed higher learning. If you do enjoy hard work, this is an excellent job to have, but you will sacrifice in the long run with physical problems. UPS does provide their service providers with uniforms, which cuts down on clothing costs. Finally, if you tend to be a follower, not a leader, UPS in a place for you, as original thoughts and ideas are not asked of you.


    Management is strictly running the company by looking at key numbers, then manipulating other numbers to make the tracked number appear better. This gives a false sense of what the company is actually trying to achieve in the first place, and overall makes all the statistics unreliable.
    UPS management has taken the stance that it's hourly employees should have no knowledge outside of their immediate skills needed to do the job, thereby making employees, representatives of UPS, appear to have no knowledge of the company and it's operations to the general public. Hourly employees are constantly threatened and beaten down, supposedly to maintain an adversarial work environment, which alienates employees from wanting to dork harder for UPS.

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