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.
The best thing is you get 2 weeks vacation days and 5 discretionary days for starter.
401k was great. They match your contribution up to 3%. Take advantage of it if you can. 10/10
The insurance is phenomenal but the downside is for admins, we have to use vacation time for sick days, even if we have a doctors note. With low chances of advancement, having to use vacation time for sick days isn't worth leaving which then allows people who are sick to come in and infect other employees. It spirals downhill especially during peak season when everyone is needed.
Very comprehensive in scope, covering all aspects of medical, dental, 401k, PTO, pension (if you were grand-fathered in
Great deals all year long.
Verizon 22%is amazing I love it
401k good benefits, good vacation pay and sick, pension through teamsters also many partner companies discounts
Several package options available during enrollment.
Good reimburstment program, very helpful!
Worst-Aetna their disability administrator denies all claims the first time. Many employees have experienced this. I myself have had went through this even lost a doctor because he refused to continue to deal with AETNA. This was escalated up to corporate but no changes have been made yet.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.