What does it take to succeed at UPS?

What does it take to succeed at UPS?
2018-08-08T18:44:54Z 6
2018-08-08T18:44:54Z

Former Delivery Driver at UPS

over 1 year ago
In order to succeed with UPS, you must have integrity honesty and good workout thick. Also you have to be willing to deal with pressure and stress of a lot of packages and time restrictions.
2018-08-08T18:44:54Z

Former Package Handler at UPS

over 1 year ago
It is important to be on time every day for the start of shift, able to lift up to 50 lbs., able to work in a fast-paced environment, able to handle high noise levels, able to work in warm/cold warehouse environment, and work with safety. Always show initiative to do your best.
2018-08-08T18:44:54Z

Package Handler at UPS

over 1 year ago
To succeed at ups you really just need to be s hard worker. If you are applying for a package handler position you should have a reason or some type of motivation to get you through the job. There will be plenty of times it will be easy to quit this place but sticking it out for a few months will change your ethic and allow you to see productivity and prioritization in a new way.
2018-08-08T18:44:54Z

Part-time supervisor at UPS

over 1 year ago
If one wants to succeed at UPS, one has to be open to new ideas, educated/working on their degree, and dedicated. It’s a great company to work for and one will learn a plethora of skills that are not only applicable to the job but other organizations as well.
2018-08-08T18:44:54Z

Former Package Handler at UPS

over 1 year ago
To succeed in the United Parcel Service (UPS) at least the time I spent there, you need to be able to do a couple of things. Need to be able to at least lift 50 lbs, be able to follow directions to the tee when dealing with hazardous materials, also to remember that this is a VERY physically demanding job.
2018-08-08T18:44:54Z

Former Industrial Engineering Supervisor at UPS

over 1 year ago
To succeed at UPS, you must be willing to get your hands and clothes dirty, literally. There are times when the operation is lacking enough people and IEs are asked to fill the gap. At first, this may seem like you are getting to know the operation and how it works, which is an advantage. However, you will notice that it becomes too frequent, even after years of experience. You must be willing to adapt (i.e. do whatever job they need you to do, including load and unload trucks, sort packages, deliver packages, etc.) and work greater than or equal to 50 hours per week as a salaried employee.
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