Supervisor (Current Employee) – Concord, ON – 26 January 2018
If you end of in management, it is an amazing place to develop your skills. Since it is such a huge company you will always encounter problems. The fun comes in creatively coming to a resolution in minutes, or even seconds for that problem. The environment is next level fast paced so your day ends as soon as it starts (At least where I managed). And UPS is continually striving to improve in everything it does, from production, work area, people, etc.
Only thing I have a gripe about is many of the changes they make seem old fashion and not current with the times.
One of the best place to develop skills as management
Old fashion work culture. Not innovative workplace.
Walker (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 14 November 2018
Its very welcoming for the most part and it's great to be apart of the UPS culture, good values, decent shift times, weekly pay, but as soon as management messes up they will blame you for their mistakes and become very rude. Training was also terrible, person teaching you isnt even doing the same type of route you would be doing nor could they even bring up an extra scanner between 3 people trying to be trained. Said they will bring it up and never did, really unprofessional honestly.
Rude management, Bad Pay for Newcomers for the work they are having to do, organized training.
Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 12 November 2018
Low starting pay for the work required, training is very weak, sink or swim. You'l never work with a more unhappy group of people. Raely a thank-you or a job well done. if you don't have senority your hours get cut big time after busy seasons.