Benefits and Training
You'll have powerful training and development resources to shape your career. In a specialist role? You'll have access to UPS University, our learning management system which provides a full library of online courses. For our Drivers, we've built a state-of-the-art training facility, UPS Integrad, to equip you with the skills needed to deliver the service our customers expect. Other tailored training programmes include our industry-leading Sales Academy.
Current and former employees report that UPS provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“Competitive rates and good company coverage ”
“Pumping fuel isn't hard you can make this a very hard job but in reality it's easy you get a work out daily pulling the hose and it isn't bad as long as you pull it the right way. Management has gotten a lot better. Pros”
“Pretty good employee matching contributions ”
Better than full time benefits package for part timers
Pumping fuel isn't hard you can make this a very hard job but in reality it's easy you get a work out daily pulling the hose and it isn't bad as long as you pull it the right way. Management has gotten a lot better. Pros
Great benefits for if you plan to stay long term. Its strongly unionized so there are a lot of rules and politics that come with their own set of problems to navigate.
Top in industry compensation package
Hello - is anyone that is selling consumer goods dealing with high shipping costs? I mean it’s ridiculous! I understand rates are up due to Q4 and COVID, but are there any tips out there..? I’m Currently using Shipstation with a fair mix of USPS and UPS. Thanks
nothing bad about the benefits at this time.
Good benefits and health plan
Great health, 401K and education benefits.
Good health insurance at the company, although the cost is rising very fast.
Stay long-term or get out after gaining experience.
nothing bad pay bad ppl