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I worked at UPS part-time (Less than a year)
Great for people who are looking for a job that gives a little extra cash and doesn't interfere with most other jobs. Where I worked it was mostly farmers who worked here. They pay weekly too! They constantly try to improve the system to make it easier for their workers.
Be very wary of your management. When I was hired on I expected to work every morning from 5 - 9 am but two weeks after I was hired, someone wanted back on so I got moved to first call (meaning they called me at 4:30 in the morning in order to tell whether or not I would work). This made it really hard to me to plan my day with my other job. I would work every day for a week then not work for two weeks. I say to be wary of management because some of the management I worked under was 19 years old and didn't know how to manage. She would also constantly lie to higher management making it harder on me. I am not sure whether she did it to cover to cover up her butt or simply to get me in trouble. These clashes with management is what eventually led me to quit my job.
Advice to Management
Praise: The facility is great and you are constantly trying to make it better for those who are loading.
Don't hire people in management positions who haven't had any experience.
If you hire someone into a position, they should stay in that position.
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I applied online. I interviewed at UPS (Red Oak, IA (US)) in May 2018.
I was only asked one question, "Where are you from?" and then he said, "Let's go see the facility." Be prepared for anything. Probably should have sent some warning flags off in my head (I eventually quit because of management). You should have a couple questions hit you off guard. Basically, if you are more prepared than they are then that is a sign you should be careful of the management.