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My Last Day at Full-Time UPS Package Handler: A Warning

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The job itself is super manageable and doable but poor communication combined with several workers who aren't willing to do overtime will force temps and hard workers to feel obligated to work longer. This was my last day at UPS as a full time temporary package handler. I was a sorter for both the night shift and the preload. I wanted to put this up mainly to wrap up a few more thoughts that weren't covered in my previous videos and also to add in a bit more content since I haven't been uploading much as late. My last week and a half at UPS was an uphill battle. I got used to the workload of the usual 9 hr per day with a 1 hr break in between and often a good amount of overtime everyday. That was doable. When my lunch was cut in due to the workload, that's when the work got tougher. The full one hour break was an ample amount of time for me to enjoy food and stretch out sore muscles. When cut to less than 30 minutes, I was always going into the second shift half awake and fatigued. On top of this, I noticed that the higher ups tried to keep me as long as possible by providing me with a paraphernalia of things to do. If one task was done past overtime, they'd go out of their way to search for another task even when my lunch was already cut to 20 minutes. All in all, make sure you be mindful about how hard you work here. If you are a part-timer and plan on staying here full-time, then put in just the right amount of effort to get the work done. The moment a higher-up catches you putting in extra work, they will take advantage of your mentality and also your physical capabilities. As for summer-temps, this will happen regardless of whether or not you have the working mentality. Just grind it out, work hard, and make the best out of it. The work is tough. The environment is tough. But, the benefits severely outweigh the work that is put in.
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Lar Bear (1 day ago)
Don't take this wrong. But when you get to work at any job. Give your boss 100% if you can't or won't do that. Then you need to find a new job. Work hard get more hours. Staying late if not free time. Dude you are paid by the hour. I know people at UPS and when they work more than five hours. They get paid overtime for anything over that 5 hrs.
brother code (2 days ago)
You look like you need a laxative..look like you need to take a massive shit..ijs
Choice or No Choice (7 days ago)
Bunch of pu**ies. I’ve been at Ups for years. Make 6 figures now,because I STUCK WITH IT. I went through the SAME exact process as all you ‘QUITTERS’ . Entry level position and up. ANYTHING worth having will NOT come EASY unless you didn’t HAVE to work for it! 1. Almost $40 an hour. 2. Double time pay on non-scheduled work days. time and a 1/2 pay after 40hrs. 3. 8 weeks paid vacation 4. 7 sick days that can be sold back if not used. 5. Union job 6. Great benefits including optometry pkg with free glasses. 7. Paycheck every Friday 8. Off Saturday and Sunday If you BELIEVE that you’re NOT going to HAVE to bust your ass for access to those perks you’re high AF. It’d be best to say,that you just weren’t built for the job than come with a bitch and moan story. Quitting is easy.
Jorge Castro (8 days ago)
Wow!!! Modern slavery at its fullest... Thanks for the info, good experience on your belt, been there done that. Better times are coming for everyone around the world. Be patient.
Dillon Jordan (10 days ago)
Call Morgan and Morgan there isn't nothing but drug addicts working at ups any ways
Dillon Jordan (10 days ago)
I worked there through man power ups sent me home I had to act a fool like I was supposed too I only was there for four hours how the hell am I gonna pay my bills off of that plus it was my first day ups been blowing up my phone wanting me to go back to work it's bullshit how they run business
Mars Draskovic (12 days ago)
Im your 912th subscriber
Danielmeir (12 days ago)
I'm doing driver helper for the season pretty easy most packages arent near heavy. All these jobs are 50%mentality 40%hard work and 10% not bullshiting Probably going to go full time warehouse sooner or later im no180lb macho man but there are small dudes in the warehouse doing things like a champ cant tell me people smaller and weaker than you can do this job but you cant but hey not all jobs are for every one if you dont like it thats ok find a new job that makes you happy. I see my future and im going for it. Crazy hourly wage as a supervisor or driver gotta start somewhere. I even got my bro a job. Hes starting warehouse morning shift 3am start today going to see how his weeks going how hard can it be?
Joedan Pabon (12 days ago)
I was watching all your UPS videos and I’m surprised you haven’t curse
Akemi (12 days ago)
Cursing won't help make the work faster right? 😁
Joedan Pabon (12 days ago)
I left UPS last year and I glad I did since I was going crazy. It wasn’t for me and I should of done Driver’s Helper
Gabriel Akans (13 days ago)
I am currently working at UPS as a package handler. What they don’t fucking tell you is that during peak season you will be working 8 1/2 hour shifts... not 3 1/2 to 4. Oh yea, and you get a 10 min break and THATS IT. No lunch, no 15 min break. The union won’t do jack shit about it and I’ve contacted the union president and he just said sorry that sucks.
Little Queen (15 days ago)
UPS is so unorganized. HR and supervisors are all telling me something completely different. People stay and work like slaves for the pay and benefits. Very sad.
BUCKETHEADache (11 days ago)
Yeah one supervisor tells me to load one way another tells me to load another way, a third tells me I been doing it all wrong...
freddy suarez (15 days ago)
The job is fucking easy. Hit the fucking gym and it will make things easier can’t be mentally weak and expect to like a job. You’re working in a god damn warehouse for fucks sakes. Easy money. Don’t be fucking stupid get the damn experience yourself before you start making decisions. The first two weeks are brutal though.
Leo Munguia (16 days ago)
Thanks Akemi..I have a second interview Tommorow night for the night shift.. Ill keep that in mind to pace my self. Thanks😀👍
MORTIFICER (19 days ago)
Wow UPS is shit from all hese reviws I have just watched, glad I watched all the cause I was getting ready to go into an interview. Ew Now I won't and tell all my friends to stay the fuck away from UPS unless they start paying better or offering better conditions
Bryan Southard (28 days ago)
Ups destroyed my physical and mental health last peak. I worked at DFW and it was pure hell because the air hub facility was getting twice the load it was designed to handle. Working 12 hour shifts in the pouring rain and cold on the ramp. Quitting that hell hole was one of the best decisions I've ever made.
Javier Hernandez (29 days ago)
You get free health coverage And you have the rest of the day to work another job or go to school As a driver I net like 1400 t 1600 a week 50 hours a little less
N_MBU (1 month ago)
Watched all vids related starting from day one. Saw an ad on Craigslist for this position and this series helped alot with my judgement. Thanks for the insight brother
Akemi (1 month ago)
Happy to help a brother out!
Clint Evans (1 month ago)
Dude, you are a piece of shit worker. If they want you to walk back and forth through the hub...do it. They are paying for it. It’s a tough job physically, but, you’re a young kid, You should be able to handle it. It ends up being great pay and great benefits. You young pricks think you should be able to text on your phones and do nothing while you’re on the clock. If part time labor is kicking your ass then get an office job and quit your whining! We don’t want pussies in the labor trades!
I Q (1 month ago)
Man, did I need to see this. Don't take for granted that you made a video like this. It helped me in the decision making process for sure. Thank you.
adu1991 (1 month ago)
From what you're telling me....it doesn't seem like a good job to have in the long-term. You sound very tired & fed up in your video, lol. Maybe it's one of those jobs that people should apply to, as a "last resort". I'd look elsewhere if someone wants to work full-time or just wants extra change in their pocket. You say that you shouldn't work too hard, but going the other way....managers/supervisors could think that you're slacking off and they'll eventually release you. Hypothetically speaking, you're screwed either way XD
Black Alaskan (1 month ago)
I'm 34 and I can keep up with these 18-25 year olds because my mindset is always positive. I think about the paycheck and how to utilize it towards investments plus FREE benefits after a year. I mean who TF does that nowadays!!! Oh yes, please hydrate or drink plenty of water before you go to sleep, before your shift begins, during your shift and after your shift. Vitamin C helps too because of the unseen germs floating around the warehouse. Again this job is all MENTAL. YOU HAVE TO BE MENTALLY TOUGH TO ENDURE THE PHYSICAL PART!
BUCKETHEADache (11 days ago)
How is it all mental? So far Ive only experienced physical pain 😭
Antonio (1 month ago)
So whats a full time package handler salary
MICHAEL WESTON (1 month ago)
I did this for 5 years and this guy is blaming the wrong people. If the Fucked up union faggots would let the supervisors help out on those days that are needed then all packages will get out on time, but instead they bitch, complain and file grievances, causing the packages to pile up out of control. The unions ruined UPS along with ALL industries that they infect, spreading laziness and nonexistent work ethic in the process. I worked as BOTH a preloader and a supervisor and have seen both sides of the coin. It's 100% the unions fault!!! De-unionize America and help bring work ethic back, the teamsters are a Cancer on the resume of this once great country!
Scott P (1 month ago)
1: if you work hard and they abuse it ask for raise or promotion 2: get used to working more that is the world today I work 10 to 12 hours a day without any breaks because there are bills to pay
A. Mobley (2 months ago)
I just recently quit as a part time unloader.
Sober4life (2 months ago)
Im a package handler for ingram (and UPS) 2 weeks in. It’s hard work, I’m in low pain I take aspirin to mange the pain. I’m a temp. The job at Ingram is ok I’m used to it by now.
be g (2 months ago)
I have a question you said you worked 1130-830 if I’m a part time handler either same schedule do I get overtime after five hours or is that consider to shifts with minimum wage pay
be g (2 months ago)
Akemi yea they told us after five hours is overtime but I dont know much about this company and wanted to clarify is overtime still applies if it’s a double shift
Akemi (2 months ago)
You get overtime after the four you worked assuming you've went over your total part time hours for the week. Make sure you check in with your supervisor because it may be different in your area.
Philip Jnz (2 months ago)
My mother works at a school cafeteria and she is probably the nicest lady working there (out of 11 women) and shes always telling us that her manager picks on her to do extra work the most out of all because she never makes a bad face or complains and is willing to help. Needless to say she is always extremely tired and still gets paid same as the other lazy women there. I wish there was an incentive like a raise to make people work harder and not just go for the paycheck. Im assuming you mentioned this "being too nice" thing because it happened to you while working at UPS?
J Myers-Basinger (2 months ago)
I start Tuesday as a UPS package handler.
Jessica Herrera (2 months ago)
okay, so what do you do when they are trying to take advantage of you? Do you just say fuck off lol I don't get it, what do I do if they are all up in business? I am a natural hard worker at heart, I was a CNA before with the ratio of 18 patients to 1 (which was me) and like half of those people were dependent. My nursing home worked me like a Hebrew slave, to the point I had no breaks, did 8 hours, hardly got my lunch breaks if lucky, mandated to do another 8 because the next shift that was supposed to relief me didn't show up, and go home and sleep finally, then come again and do it all over again. That was my life 4 years for full time, and I even picked up a lot of overtime, until they written me up for bull shit, and then I put in my 2 weeks notice. I figured ups couldn't be worse than that nursing home garbage...but idk, imma find out if it's good for me. Can't stand when supervisors aren't content with the hard work I put, and don't respect my limits.
back number (2 months ago)
IF YOU ONLY LAST 2 MONTHS. I GUESS FUCK ME WAHAHAHAH
Justin Martinez (3 months ago)
Number 1) you are guaranteed a 15 minute break on your shifts. Anywhere between the 2 or 3rd hour, you signed a waiver for this. You yourself made the sole choice of passing up on your breaks. Also, please dont discourage the teamster members to not work hard. We are here for the long run and we aren't temporary. The more you know, the better your situation is. You should have talked to your fellow employees and got a little more insight on things. As well as getting supervisors phone numbers to eliminate any of the run around. Simple solutions to real world problems.
adu1991 (1 month ago)
Yup, almost any job will treat well workers who actually *work* *hard* . Even if they do give extra work, they'll reward you even more, later on, for accomplishing those tasks. I'm still leaning towards working at UPS not being the right job for me, though....
Jimmey Mcgee (3 months ago)
sorry buy your young an your in pain because you drink an eat stuff you shouldnt meaning your probably depleated of all types of vitamins menerals making you feel like shit. You could get a job at taco bell? no over time there.
Chris Roberts (3 months ago)
Same with USPS no communication, he right there, so true
Chris Roberts (3 months ago)
Stick it out your young,
Isaac Valdez (3 months ago)
Lol i was a unloader two years now im a supervisor. I didnt have a bad experience
UniqueGamer513 (3 months ago)
Dude your job at UPS sounds easier than mine. 1 hr break? Lmao. I get 2 15 min
The Jason Knight Fiasco Band (3 months ago)
I used to work as a loader from 11pm to 2am shift @ the Cerritos hub in California. I loved it for the first 18 months. Made a lot of friends, good pay, etc. Anyway, I went to HR to put myself on the drivers waiting list and she told me the wait time was 9 years. Yeah... thanks but no thanks.
Reaper (3 months ago)
I work 3am till 9am and only get a 10 min break bruh
masamu8287 (3 months ago)
Dude go to sleep!!
Wil Fredo (3 months ago)
You work sort aisle, as an ex pickoff we hate you all 😭😭😭 package handling is a shit job and takes months to really get used to. Especially since nothing ever works except the employees
Ikiguy (3 months ago)
Thanks for sharing your experience. I'm not taking the job haha
Tomas Huerta (3 months ago)
How can Brown shit on you?
James Maggot (3 months ago)
You got an hour break for 9 hours? I got 10 minutes for that long and the union didn't do shit about it. Part time workers weren't allowed to leave after 5 hours either. They were threatened with being written up or fired for job abandonment.
Austin Vicenty (3 months ago)
I worked at UPS package handler from 1 am - 9am for mon-fri every week for seasonal around October 2015. I probably only lasted a month and a half. It was the hardest job I have ever had physically but it was a great challenge mentally and physically... but VERY stressful. I have to agree about the whole supervisor thing. Those guys are dicks and can be very up your ass on things. I can’t believe I got away with some of the disrespectful remarks I made to my supervisor for being a cunt... and I don’t regret telling him no. I ended up quitting because I didn’t want to work that hard of a job with someone who lingered around like that being the way he was. I was happy as hell to leave. Btw, the pay seems high but I’ll say right now it ain’t high enough and you will not be satisfied. Don’t waste your time at UPS... there’s better jobs out there, easier ones with good hours if you simply look.
The Oliver (3 months ago)
The warehouse feels similar to hell on earth at times. It’s not healthy. But no one forces us to work there and it pays. You may not have energy to live a life outside of work but if you are smart with your money and investments you may be able to have a significant retirement. I’m not sure if it’s worth it. It’s better than having no opportunies.
RadSavage - WingsOfRedemption Hunter (3 months ago)
Just did 6 weeks at fedex pt package handler and im still sore every day lol but im getting used to it. im glad they only start you out part time and not ft.... i can go ft anytime i want to or pull a double shift whenever. my feet always hurt and i think i have a herniated disc lol. YOUR BETTER OFF GOING AND WORKING AT FEDEX WE HAVE A LOT OF PEOPLE COMING FROM UPS AND ITS BETTER THEY SAY.
RadSavage - WingsOfRedemption Hunter (3 months ago)
also recommend staying well hydrated throughout the day and while working, get full 8 hours of sleep, and stretch. also eat good meals before going to work
William Lancaster (3 months ago)
My man is itching like he washed up with a poison ivy leaf
xo ox (4 months ago)
Good guys get USED AND ABUSED AT UPS!!!! HARD WORK DOES NOT PAY OFF!!!!
adu1991 (1 month ago)
For the most part, it does pay off. With that being said....people aren't always going to appreciate the hard work, and if someone truly feels miserable at their job....they should consider quitting. Workers shouldn't be forced to stay at their job, and if employers are doing that....then legal action should be taken against the company.
kylee jones (4 months ago)
I work for usps and I started out as a casual (another word for holiday employee) government employee right ? You would think they would treat you with a lot of respect - still got hazed, harassment, lied to about work or breaks you name it ! I stayed with my position and did get a year contract until I get moved to regular (fancy word for full time benefits regular employee) even though I work over 40+ hours since I’ve started working at usps.
G G (4 months ago)
Ups always loses my packages or delivers to wrong address.
timothy brown (4 months ago)
Now that I’ve listened to the half the video when I worked in the primaries when it was my break fuck a box sorry for all you customers I wouldn’t of touched a thing can you go and get the box from pink NO after I get back from break and no don’t set a precedent cause they will hold you to it and I don’t care how long you work there once you are known for something it will follow you you are definitely right don’t do the Superman thing
timothy brown (4 months ago)
20 years about 8 surgeries package car its not for everyone but salute for hanging in there this job takes a special breed and it pays excellent but you earn every dime good luck going forward
Chief of Demons. (4 months ago)
Hm, I've been at ups for a 1yr & a half. I love it, they have great benefits! It's fast paced which is extremely fun. Putting in hardwork at a job is good work ethic, you'll definitely get noticed for it. Don't be that guy who doesn't put in enough work. If you can't handle breaking a sweat then don't apply there. We talk shit about your lazy ass lol . Other than that the only downsides is the pay rate $15.50 & the hours, I get 4-5 hrs a day (part time) that still wouldn't cover life expenses whatsoever. Moral is you can test out the waters & see if you like the job.
adu1991 (1 month ago)
"We talk shit about your lazy ass". You represent that company and by saying this....you're driving more people away from applying there..... Pretty dumb.
KLICK KAN KAP (2 months ago)
@dala bu LMAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. this bitch probably sucking the boss off and having the time of her life
dala bu (2 months ago)
I wanna bust load in your mouth so you won't talk shit
Steve K (4 months ago)
True! Good video!! Good luck.
Tron 1 (4 months ago)
Ups packer is a shit job. Shit pay, lots of whip cracking, mundane, repetitive, body destroying work. (Wait till you turn 38-40 years) there's much better out there my dude.
King Reef (4 months ago)
Pussyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy pice of shit gook
King Reef (4 months ago)
I see a pussy
Nastya Bokhonko (4 months ago)
This sounds like hard work. I commend all the workers
Roderick Julius (4 months ago)
I work at ups and it's a bitch
stingray427man (4 months ago)
Back on in 2000 I worked at UPS for 4 days at a major city hub. If you go to work there as a package handler, make sure you join the union. If you don’t want to, this job is not for you. I decided not to join the union because my thought was why pay for representation seems an outdated way in today’s US workforce. Unions were created in the industrial revolution... Boy was I wrong, those union people will f you over. Lied about fans not working, leave you alone to unload/load an entire trailer w/o help, etc. They will make your life miserable to get you to either join or quit. UPS is definitely not a company I would recommend to work at, simply because they let that shit happen. Find a better job, they are out there. Thanks for sharing your experience there.
BUCKETHEADache (11 days ago)
Hold up they're not supposed to leavr you by yourself in a trailer?
The Dummy (4 months ago)
Staying for more hours is good but not all the times bro so don’t be afraid to say I got to go or be honest an say I did my job now I want to go home or come up with an excuse sometimes like you got go do something like take a family member to an dr appointment an so on
Golden God (4 months ago)
Exactly. I was working on an assembly line for a very notable medical company. My hours were 6:30 am to 2:30 pm monday through friday. It was a Friday, and I was not so much asked to stay until 6 pm, but rather told that "we need you to stay for another three and a half or four hours." This shit was sprung on me at literally 1:45 PM. I was winding down for the day, and looking forward to getting off to go chill with my bros. I told my boss that I had plans already set and that I could not stay past 2:30. He was disappointed, but that shit was worth it.
The Dummy (4 months ago)
Wow this new generation is in trouble lol body aches bc can’t stand for 4 hours straight with an hour break then stand for another 4 hours lol I’ve been working since I was 14/15 an started out at a fucking fish house aka fish packing plant where I would unload boats an it would get boxed with ice lol I didn’t have no problems bc my generation was the last generation without the luxury of cellphones where if you wanted to hangout with a friend you call his house or walk or ride a bike over to the house.. I’m not trying to be mean but what I’m getting at is the new generation sits down way too much.. Growing up in late 80 an early 90s we would only be in the house playing our Nintendo when it was storming out or night time lol I remember me an my brother an our friends playing in the rain trying to make a mud bowl playing football an/or trying to play baseball in the rain by our parents would call us in bc of the Lightning.. All this technology got the new gen lazy I mean people making videos of their selves playing video games on YouTube lol that’s nuts it really is
Akemi (4 months ago)
It also doesn't help that these facilities are pushing towards more automation over workers for convenience and to save money. Bottom line is we as the consumers and the workers often don't have a choice but to succumb to corporate changes or get left behind in the dust. You make a super good point on the luxury part of the new generation. As I've noticed with walking down campuses and the metro, people are detached from the world around them and fixated deeply into their own lives and circles. Now many people can't form meaningful relationships. And even when these "friends" get together and hangout, they're still on their phones. The world is truly a scary place today.
The Dummy (4 months ago)
Also working at the fish house I would literally work 30 hours an get 2 to 4 hours of sleep an go back lol an never had luxury of hour break lol
Sam Fisher (4 months ago)
2 types of people: Illogical workers- completing on or above targets EVERYTIME, paid the same. Logical workers- work hard but send back inconsistency to the system when achieving targets. It reduces stress, expectation. Why do people work infinitely more for the same pay, more stress and physical work?
Lord Lorten (2 months ago)
Sam Fisher yeah. Use the metro and send back packages to cycle back through. Let the system correct itself
Nick _D (4 months ago)
I was a package handler and I worked liked 2hours a day. 15 min break.
Brian Kid (4 months ago)
I worked at ups and it was the worst job I'd ever had. Minimum wage, highly abusive boss, crackhead coworkers, and restrictions during breaks
Darren Belak (4 months ago)
You should work for fedex they are so much better
anthony encinas (4 months ago)
What hub were you at..... you're right about the warehouse work..... just get paid by the hour work safe and stand up for yourself..... dont let management push you around.... same crap now as a Driver now.... I been there done that warehouse now that iam a driver the money is good but you earn your pay that's for sure but worth it... stand up for yourself you have the union you can talk back to management but do it smart.
Noah Larive (4 months ago)
Yeah bro I was there for a year only thing that kept me going was opiates,pushups,cigarettes and coffee. In that order. Just kidding but not really. Also weed.
Bernard P (4 months ago)
Fuck working at those sweat shops. YOU choose to work at that shit hole. Go find another gig kid.
Rob Ferrell (4 months ago)
You must be work at a hub... Cuz I work for UPS for 11 years before I quit... And we will only guarantee as a part-time employee three and a half hours we can work over three and a half hours but they wanted to take us off the clock at three and a half hours we were gone and the reason you work about 5 and you can leave because that's when the overtime comes in
Lila Polite (4 months ago)
Power to you, my brother. Package handling is the worst job EVER! FedEx is no better. Trust. I loaded the trailers. Multiple ones. Worked the belt. Helped in other areas. Worked smalls. They worked the shit out of me and all the folks that worked hard. Busted my hand and it’s permanently jacked up because they handled the incident poorly. The lack of communication must be in their training manual as a right of passage! The dehydration is real. Comes from touching the boxes and you have to drink water! You sweat in the summer and worse in the winter because you have on two layers of clothes in those brutally cold warehouses. Pat downs, security scans, shoes off, hats off to enter and leave. Dummies for managers. Nasty asses. Drunk and high folks who don’t show up on Saturday because they got paid on Friday. No regard for the job and the job has no love for you. Unsafe conditions. Folks getting robbed, attacked and violated in the parking lot. Supervisors with the brain power of a fly flexing on folks old enough to be their mother/father...Just all parts of fuckery for the sake of greed. And don’t you dare question anything even in the most professional manner. For a lousy $200 a week, if that. Your body, brain and soul take a beating. 4am always got here too quickly. I would not recommend this shit to my worst enemy. But, if you go in with blinders on and not think about the bs, get your little change and go. Perfect for college students and a second gig to pay off a bill. Thanks for letting me rant. Good luck to you!
rado vr6 (4 months ago)
paper mill. swing shifts. guys get fired or quit then work 7 days a week for MONTHS. cover vacations. work 7 days a week. guy calls out you're working 12. the other guy doesn't come in you're working 16. go home. go right back. lunch on the run. 114 degrees. everything can kill you. that's tired. I gotta go to work
Rolando Motta (4 months ago)
Under Paying Scammers
Luis Lopez (4 months ago)
Which hub?
HHz Tryx (4 months ago)
The pretty painted trucks and super awesome UPS drivers don’t represent this company for what it truly is. I quit 6 months ago and could not be happier. Best of luck to you in your future career decisions.
GamersUnitedGaming (4 months ago)
Man I got lucky then! I work at UPS that is in the airport. I work in the Ramp and its the easiest job I have ever had. 4-5 Hours, the pay now due to the new Contract is 13/h which is great for my state. Except for pallets that weight 4-10k pounds, the rest are easy to push due to rollers. I have my college paid, and recently there was an influx of young high schoolers-first time college hires like me which makes the day go faster with socializing. Great job! but when we randomly get pick for HUB DUTY! Hell that is literally hell.
Kade Markoux (4 months ago)
Dang man, that sucks and thanks for the warning. I've got an interview tomorrow because I need a job and havent found much else lately since I normally do freelance work online but, this is kinda making me wonder if I shouldn't bother to go through with it.
Kade Markoux (4 months ago)
Akemi so after getting the job I can agree 100% that this job is pretty much a joke in my area. I was told by a few people they’re desperate for people to work such an early morning shift but it seems otherwise. I received a call last Friday telling me I would start on Saturday so I went in at 3:30am only to sit there for about an hour doing absolutely nothing until the manager on duty came and got me and some other guy then all we did was watch videos for the next two hours and got sent home afterwards. During that time I heard two employees getting yelled at for stupid stuff that made no sense when all they were doing was informing the manager about some problems at hand and he just said make it work pretty much ignored the situation. What a huge lack of communication and organization as far as I can tell. There was also no clock-in system to track employees coming into and leaving work and I think that’s bad too. The manager took down our information and said he would call by Tuesday to let me know what’s going on and I never heard anything so I went in this morning at 4:30am and found everyone working already. I then saw a supervisor I recognized from the first time and asked him if the manager was around. He said no he’s at training and said I could go home they don’t need me and he too took down my number. This is turning into a huge waste of my time so I am going to look for a better job in the meantime. It’s becoming very apparent that working here sucks and will lead to nothing but more stress and drama..
Kade Markoux (4 months ago)
thanks man, i do appreciate the video and advice, its very helpful
Akemi (4 months ago)
Kade Markoux for freelancing if you work at ups you'll be getting full time benefits for part time work. So if you endure it's not too bad.
Ian Hopkins (4 months ago)
Yoooo I was a sorter for a year there. Hated it, but I was in the best shape of my life.
Chris Elliott (4 months ago)
I worked for preload for 3 years. Had 1 of the worst supervisors in the facility, went to my home town to be a driver and it was way worse. No union protection cost me the job pretty much, as the union stewart could care less because he was close to retirement.
GANGSTER THANG (4 months ago)
I worked ups for 9 years I advise anyone to stay outta that place
Darryl Parks (4 months ago)
Ppl will always let u do most or all the work then shit on you later
Darryl Parks (4 months ago)
You jusy explained everywork place not just ups
Dave Chappelle (4 months ago)
Here's some real advice. You don't start at UPS as a full time employee. You start off as a part-timer, working 4 hours making $8-$9 an hour. You start off in loading or unloading. Loading is HELL, and I mean HELL on your back. You have to load two 18-wheeler sized trucks from front to back, top to bottom with no gaps. Imagine Tetris, but bigger real life pieces. Not all pieces are nice square boxes. Not all boxes are light, some are heavy filled with bolts, nails, these boxes go on the bottom and serve as the base. Sounds easy right? Then you get shit like horse saddles, or boxes shaped like a bowling ball and 25 chairs. All must be packed perfectly in the the truck. You spend most of the shift bent over, and your back just BURNS. By the time you get off, you are soaking wet, head to toe. There is no A/C, just a fan all the way at the back of the truck on the dock. If this is what you are looking for, this is PERFECT.
Mattx (4 months ago)
your lucky you only have a one hour break. the itching is dust mites. ups has an infestation.
BassBreath100 (4 months ago)
1 - 800 - WHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH !!!!!!
Julian (4 months ago)
That job is a joke. I rather work doordash amazon flex uber lyft
craig bryan (4 months ago)
Preload is the hardest job, physically next to delivery. I'm a delivery driver , and thank god its my last year. UPS is a meat grinder. Take care of yourself buddy.
anthony sanchez (4 months ago)
Where do they let you double shift?
Carlitos GM (4 months ago)
anthony sanchez fuck ups, the place is hazardous and can't file a law suit because they make u watch videos and answer questions.
khmaiaznboi89 (4 months ago)
I've been there 10 years as a part time employee, learn the contract language and tell them to EFF OFF when they violate them. Also I only work hard for managers/supervisors who have earned my respect everyone else gets a box every 3 seconds. I'm also a part time driver I frequently have to tell part time supervisors when they are about to violate dot/labor laws.
Domenico Massaro (4 months ago)
5 years in , welcome to the club : yes you work your butt off but the benefits especially if you have a family and kids is a huge Plus
John Smith (4 months ago)
wtf I have been here 30 years It is not that hard it is a great job you just have to commit to It just like the military but like You ,you can leave when you had enough 2 Homes 3 kids through college no debt Have over a million liquidity Will retire next year try and find that out there
AZ Niteforce (1 month ago)
Ups slave clowns
vag4l vevo (2 months ago)
How much you making per hour.
World Hunter 300 (3 months ago)
That sounds like a horrible fucking life lmao.
Tae Kim (4 months ago)
That’s a sad life
Mark Stench (4 months ago)
John Smith I worked there 31 yrs retired with good pension,....your correct good job
VF1100rider (4 months ago)
sounds likes it very disorganized and it's bad that they don't appreciate efficient workers but it was the same where I worked and that was government.
Mac Neoh (4 months ago)
This is almost every labor job in the United States. Shit hours, pay and work. Women working, automation and NAFTA have given us a surplus of labor and you are very expendable. There really isn't a reason to pay or treat someone good anymore. As for as loyalty...there is none. You are there until the second they don't need you. My advice is to pick up a trade or a skill like HVAC, plumbing or mechanic, somthing a robot can't do (for now), a woman won't do, and the work can't be shipped to a Mexico. Fuck college, its a money trap too unless you go for somthing in STEM. Anyways hang in there. You are at the bottom, and the only way for you to move is up.
ray ray miles (4 months ago)
Thanks for your video Akemi
IndieFlick Jim (4 months ago)
if you're not happy at your job... You're fucked
vito (4 months ago)
fucking globalization and fucking united europe, here in italy it's not different. once it was not like that, there was more respect ! i wish you the best.
Daveyboy _ (4 months ago)
worked there for a few yrs , Slave labour, but. You have to know how to play the game. Whats the game you ask ? You're in the strongest fukin' union in the country. So when they bring u into the office to reprimand you or whatever. Dont sign shit. They will tell you. "You have to " and then u tell them . " no i dont" . This guy did ramble on but what he says at the end is spot on. The harder u work , the harder they will drive you. Do the minimal, its all about seniority let the 'new schmucks' do it.
IndieFlick Jim (4 months ago)
they should not have started you full-time right away, you got to work into that man, that's crazy