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What is the interview process like at UPS?

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Interview goes through the one of admin department or HR

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The HR is very unprofessional and has no knowledge of the work or the collective agreement.

Answered - Unloader (Former Employee) - London, ON

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Went for an interview for an engineering position... I had HR person call me to set up an "interview" so i went in expecting to be interviewed. Was given an application forum.... wrote that out.

Then went into a room with the HR person. They literally read out to me what i wrote on the application form i just signed and asked me if i could do those things (work rotation shifts, nights, travel, etc) . So yes i said yes i can do those things, then they talk about some benefits really fast and when you get paid (monthly), after that they said "ok i will send off the resume to the manager for you to have another interview".

So at this point, driving to this place was a waste of time as this all could have been done over the phone / online for a 2 minute face to face session. They just need to justify for this HR person having a job to do something I guess, so then you can go to the "next" interview of actually seeing a person.

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They should be able to read and write out every process in making a shipment.

Answered - Customer Service (Former Employee) - Surrey, BC

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You have to go with your resume, there is testing depending on the job you apply for if you fail you have to repeat it, Criminal background check and interview X 2

Answered - International Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) - Toronto, ON

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They give you three interviews based on getting to know you and the last one you get hired

Answered - Driver's Assistant (Former Employee) - Toronto, ON

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HR staff is very friendly and asks questions that will help you find the position that you are most suited for.

Answered - P/T Supervisor (Current Employee) - Lachine, QC

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