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Read what UPS employees think about diversity and inclusion at the company, and if their workforce is comprised and supportive of individuals of varying gender, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, religion and other attributes.

UPS has a diversity rating of 3.7.

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July 8, 2021

Pros

Steady on-time pay check, job security for spécialists and above

Cons

Very political, passive agressive style of management, lack of smart people, lack of diversity

Advice to Management

Purge the middle management, they spread a toxic oligarchic culture especially in Europe. Over the top political

Very political, passive agressive style of management, lack of smart people, lack of diversity

July 8, 2021

Reviewed by: Solution Engagement Specialist in Paris (Current Employee)

February 24, 2021

Pros

corporate schools and training. Unfortunately, once you get to the fleet your corporate training is obsolete because they don't follow it or listening to it. It is every person for themselves. Promotions are very sketchy with no reviews or training for growth and more based on diversity rather than any skill sets. Don't plan on being promoted by working hard, but rather be born different. Either way, you still get yelled at and treated like a pile of trash. Thanks for the training but can't wait to leave.

Cons

hours, promotions, bonuses, wages, medical, dental, and work-life balance to name a few.

Advice to Management

Stop being yes people and start doing what is right for the companies and your employees.

Promotions are very sketchy with no reviews or training for growth and more based on diversity rather than any skill sets.

February 24, 2021

Reviewed by: Manager in Portland, ME (Current Employee)

November 22, 2022

Pros

The idea of change has been taken to heart with policies removing the requirement for shaving for male employees, emphasis on diversity, recent change to salary transparency, and shift to a better pay mix. There's also good insurance benefits.

Cons

Recent mandate requiring workers to come in a minimum of 3 days a week is outdated. Management employees were able to bring in record profits for UPS in the two years of being remote yet there's still a stubborn push for in-person work. Pay is still lacking compared to other companies like Home Depot, one of the reasons many folks left this year. Vacation is 2 weeks across the board until you have 5 years of employment. Not many holidays either. Corporate headquarters is located in a heavy traffic area. No public transit subsidy, gym membership is not included and neither is food. Work life balance is lacking. Often hear of long term UPSers putting in 7AM - 6PM work days. This will get worse with return to office.

Advice to Management

Put yourself in employee shoes. Not everyone lives 20 minutes from the headquarters. Commuting is often 2-3 hours on top of a regular work day. Also it doesn't look so considering when the work-from-home policy is rescinded 1 month away in the middle of the holiday season. People can't just break apartment leases to move with one month notice. People can't just change their schedules to find out how to get their children or grandparents looked after in 1 month when they have to return to the office.

The idea of change has been taken to heart with policies removing the requirement for shaving for male employees, emphasis on diversity, recent change to salary transparency, and shift to a better pay mix.

November 22, 2022

Reviewed by: Anonymous (Current Employee)

December 15, 2021

Pros

Coworker and other people around the office were very friendly and supportive. Warehouse leads and associates very nice and a joy to work with.

Cons

The entire management structure. From the get go there was little to no support, communication or clear display of expectations. There's a month of on-boarding material, they don't give you anything useful or meaningful to do until the fifth week, they don't include you in meetings so you can learn more and get exposure to the work that is required. Then after only 3 weeks of working on an actual project, get slapped with a performance review so awful that it's basically saying you're finished. After you try everything possible to set up a plan to meet their ever-changing expectations and deadlines, work your butt off and go above and beyond them, they still let you go. This place is an absolute joke. Supervisor is afraid of confrontation, always made his boss do the tough conversations. Would beat around the bush about expectations and shortfalls. There is no sexual harassment in the workplace or diversity chapters in the on-boarding material. It's all about compliance. This place doesn't care the mental and physical health of its employees.

Advice to Management

Communicate when you realize you're too busy to train your new hires properly, and give them proper material. Don't beat around the bush and say everything is fine, then get your manager to lay down the tough stuff. Or better yet, don't hire someone with the intention of letting them go within two months citing failure to meet expectations when the entire first month was the slowest and most boring on-boarding of my life.

There is no sexual harassment in the workplace or diversity chapters in the on

December 15, 2021

Reviewed by: Industrial Engineer (Former Employee)

September 3, 2021

Pros

Weekly Pay, benefits, 401k plan, equal opportunity

Cons

incompitent co workers/ managment, working with the elements

Weekly Pay, benefits, 401k plan, equal opportunity

September 3, 2021

Reviewed by: Fueler (Former Employee)

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