UPS Project Manager Jobs & Careers in Atlanta, GA

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13 days ago

SCS Global Plant Engineering Project Manager

UPS Alpharetta, GA

interaction, process engineering, and overseeing and managing projects to ensure… UPS

6 days ago

Marketing Specialist

UPS Atlanta, GA

issues. The Marketing Specialist assists in managing project lifecycles… UPS

25 days ago

SCS Global PE Specialist

UPS Alpharetta, GA

, and facility safety. The PE Specialist manages small projects and oversees… UPS

21 days ago

Sr. Project Coordination Analyst

UPS Alpharetta, GA

UPS Information Services, a leader in information technology, is currently seeking career-minded individuals to join our team. If you are highly… UPS

17 days ago

Financial Reporting Supervisor

UPS Atlanta, GA

The Financial Reporting Supervisor manages the creation and distribution of monthly statutory financial reports for Global Forwarding and Global… UPS

9 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

25 days ago


UPS Alpharetta, GA

The Engineering Supervisor works with engineering departments to develop, implement, and deploy approved operational processes and best practices… UPS

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    Too top heavy (too many management employees)
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    No training and career development in most departments
    Heavy workloads for inadequate pay
    Several understaffed departments
    Administrative staff forced to train supervisors

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    Train new supervisors and managers on at least the basics within a new department. Stop the sink or swim mentality. It slows the productivity of the administrative staff and they already have extreme workloads. Actually promote from within and place knowledgeable people in the appropriate positions. Develop and implement career development. UPS has lost countless excellent employees due to negativity and unfair practices. Get it together.

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