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16 days ago

PT Air Ramp Supervisor

UPS Omaha, NE

Train and supervise daily activities of ramp agents and clerks to ensure that all assigned duties are accomplished safely and timely. Supervisors… UPS


6 days ago

Package Handler - Part-Time

UPS Omaha, NE

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


16 days ago

Aircraft Maintenance Technician - OMA

UPS Omaha, NE

To keep us number one in the air, we rely on a hardworking maintenance team who is responsible for the safe, on-time and efficient operation of our… UPS


18 days ago

Package Delivery Driver

UPS Omaha, NE

Full-time UPS employees work eight or more hours each weekday (Monday through Friday) and typically do not work on weekends or selected holidays… UPS


20 days ago

Full Time Mechanic

UPS Omaha, NE

If the job requires driving Company equipment off of Company property for road testing or service work, the applicant must be at least 21 years of… UPS


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    Don't waste your time! It WAS a good company but now they could care less about hourly employees and customer service!

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    Former Employee - Preload Supervisor in Omaha, NE

    I worked at UPS part-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Benefits are great if you stay hourly, but you have to wait a year to get benefits. The part time supervisors have to pay alot for healthcare and it's not as good as the hourly's. It's like getting paid to work out. There are various shifts to fit different schedules.

    Cons

    Hard work, little to no recognition, small pay raises, and you have to kiss up to upper management to advance in the company. They don't like when you challenge their ideas or way of doing things.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Promote employees from within instead of bringing in people from different companies who haven't worked in this type of environment before. Tell your security employees they should do their job and not harass employees daily about things going on outside work. You should cross train more of your employees. Also you should have your part time supervisors train in all areas of operations. And upper management should have to spend a few days in the operations working side by side with the hourly employees to truly understand the job, instead of just calculating production numbers on a computer program.

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