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Have questions about working at UPS? Read answers to frequently asked questions to help you make a choice before applying to a job or accepting a job offer.

Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at UPS.

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79 English questions out of 79

June 22, 2020

Does UPS offer massages?

Pros

Good benefits, occasional free apparel and food.

Cons

Everyone in the whole building needs a new attitude.

Good benefits, occasional free apparel and food.

June 22, 2020

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July 30, 2020

Does UPS offer dental insurance?

Pros

It comes with a lot of benefits, including health and dental as well as tuition reimbursement.

Cons

The work can become hectic and stressful during peak times as packages just keep on coming.

It comes with a lot of benefits, including health and dental as well as tuition reimbursement.

July 30, 2020

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April 13, 2022

Does UPS have a pension plan?

Pros

The pay is good, the benefits are good, and they offer a pension plan

Cons

Late working hours, difficult work-life balance, physical labor

The pay is good, the benefits are good, and they offer a pension plan

April 13, 2022

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January 10, 2021

Does UPS offer life insurance?

Pros

Chances of getting promoted are decent in comparison to other companies, great benefits (health insurance, life insurance, etc)

Cons

Less than competitive salary, conservative culture

Chances of getting promoted are decent in comparison to other companies, great benefits (health insurance, life insurance, etc)

January 10, 2021

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April 10, 2022

Does UPS offer a wellness program?

Pros

Great pay and amazing benefits

Cons

Hard Work during the winter

Advice to Management

More focus on on safe driving development

Great pay and amazing benefits

April 10, 2022

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From the #1 draft pick to working with Obama, Chicagoan LaRue Martin’s 33 year career outside the NBA had a plot twist that lead him to success . LaRue Martin played for Loyola University and was the number one pick in the NBA Draft in 1972. He had a brief stint in the NBA before an inspiring second career in the corporate world.
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Born a Triplet, He Was Always Part of a Team. That’s Why UPS Was a Perfect Fit John Coliton wasn’t thinking of a career when a UPS recruiter visited Henry Ford College in 1984 - he just needed a job. He showed up in a suit – and was still wearing it when the recruiter sent him to the hub that night. “They wanted me to work that night,” he said. “I changed into work clothes and came back and started loading trucks. It’s been a great career ever since.” Coliton worked his way up from package loader to driver to UPS’s Detroit operations; to HR Director in Virginia, Chicago and San Francisco. He’s retiring as Global Director of HR Compliance and Employee Relations, responsible for 528,000 employees around the world. “It’s fulfilling,” he said. “People come to you with issues and you help resolve them. It feels amazing that UPS has the faith in me to put the right policies in place.” Coliton was born in Detroit in '64 as a triplet, with a sister two years older. He and wife have four grown children. “I’ve always had a team around me,” he said. “I think that’s why UPS was the perfect fit.