UPSers will stop at nothing to make sure every package delivery; communication and business solution exceeds the expectations of our customers. That's why we'll stop at nothing to meet their expectations for great healthcare and compensation, with full-time benefits for part-time employees and one of the most comprehensive total payment packages available for everyone. In fact, UPS is one of the only companies in business today that offers hourly employees full benefits, from medical/dental coverage to tuition assistance.
Because we know there's more to life than just what you do, we offer a complete range of options for you to live yours in balance with work, education, family, friends and nearly every other aspect you can dream up.
Health insurance is nice to have
Everything you need is provided. One of the best benefit packages from a company. Especially the health care with low co pay and ortho coverage too.
best thing is the benefits package. 1 week paid vacation your first year, 2 weeks your second to fourth year and 3 your fifth year with an additional week every 5 years.
Great work out you get a great work out, hours are great. The worst is you have to be out in the rain or heat
Excellence benefits, low co-pays, dental and medication included
Full health benefits but that's about it no 401k nothing too special
There were more benefits available but a terrible salary. But if you were a student there were packages to pay for school.
Benefits did not kick in until 3 months after employment. That is a very long time, especially for work which involved exposure to machinery (belts system) which caused minor hand injuries even while using proper precautions.
UPS Supply Chain has a different Benefits package than UPS Package. The UPS package benefits are much better. People that come from Package keep their "Grandfathered" plans, but work in Supply Chain. Get hired on the package side, then transfer over, much better retirement, insurance, etc.
The best thing is the benefits, Union job so the benefits are part of the union, and you start earning these only after one year of working there.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.