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Why You Should Not Work At UPS (The Story Of An Unloader)

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Jake G (4 months ago)
I'm shocked why so many people disregard the whole point I was making in this video. Which at the end of the day is all my opinion but it's all based on facts and my experience. Then again considering the one's who want to defend UPS and act like alpha males tend to have little brain cells, so the real statement there is it makes total sense. The whole point of this video is working at UPS is slave work. You make very little but in return are expected to wear your body down to the bone like some kind of machine through borderline illegal work conditions, until you are either forced to a wheelchair or you die on the spot handling packages. Just to be replaced by another willing meat head number that keeps the cycle infinitely going. Their business is ran on fake guidelines, smoke and mirror illusions, and getting away with countless infractions on a daily basis. They allow and advocate for immoral and downright disgusting work practices that put people and property in severe danger. Despite the billions of dollars of revenue they continue to bring in each year. Half their facilities still use old rollers and broken equipment and not one step has been taken to update their facilities with modern technology to take off some of the demand on their employees. Nor have they expanded on the amount of facilities they have or even improved the whole logistics of what shipping is. Because if they had, I assure you they wouldn't have such a huge turn around rates come holiday seasons. A season that happens every year and is no surprise. But when it comes oh god we have to panic hire thousands of people which they end up firing and then are forced to turn around and make their loyal employees work ungodly amounts of hours illegally just to get the trucks out the door. But do they get in trouble for it? No, because it's part of the trade. These companies have been around the block and know every trick in the book to keep themselves out of a lawsuit. That is what today's business model is. Squeeze out every last ounce of work out of someone for the littlest amount of pay possible. And since they do it so often now it's deemed normal and when someone like myself has the balls to stand up and go against it, I get called a millennial and a pussy. Which when you think about it. Being one of the top shipping companies in the world wouldn't you expect them to be at the fore front of improving every aspect of their business? Shouldn't we all be trying to improve human lives and striving for better and better working conditions? Come on UPS! If they aren't going to do it you sure the hell can't expect anyone else to be able to do it. I mean for crying out loud to this day you would be hard pressed to order something that doesn't come all banged up and busted from employees playing basketball with it. Or not being able to track a package for 7 days even though it went in and out of 15 different scan points. I mean there's rollers now that can literally sort packages on their own. But the disgusting part about it is there is no laws set forth to push these companies to do anything. They can sit on their ass literally killing tens of thousands of people while they rack in billions and get praised for doing so. Hell UPS is comparable to a cigarette company with how many people they have sent to the grave. It's about to be 2019. Open your damn eyes! Quit being sheep and blaming millennial's for refusing to be slaves. Times have changed but the laws and regulations which have been perfectly bent and molded to benefit these criminals over the last 100 years has and continues to thrive. The next person I see tell me I have no work ethic because I refuse to accept bullshit from someone who is no better than me can go kick rocks. But please tell me again how they pay for your college and give you this amazing health care. Because if you didn't need that health care before, I assure you that you will come a year or two after working there. That's like buying a house that costs 3 times the amount of an identical house because it comes with free home insurance. I ain't gonna argue if you literally want to use this job as a means to pay for some operation you need. Or to literally get you through a semester or two of college. But beyond that it's a joke and personally I wouldn't even do it for those reasons because you are helping this company succeed. And as for those who worked there for 15 years to become a driver. Well congratz on finally getting to a point of decent pay. I doubt you enjoy all those long ass hours driving in shitty ass weather and bumper to bumper traffic every damn day of the year including holidays though.
Brandon Hyndman (1 month ago)
+Steven Osborne I got in after 2 years, depends on the center.
Dwight Lollar (1 month ago)
I’ve been there 30 years. It’s fuckin hard. They tell you how to do your job but in order to do it a person can not follow their procedures. I agree with you. At one time it was a good job. Technology destroyed everything. You’re lucky you got out while you could. Get into a trade job and go into business for yourself one day. Good luck man. I hope you the best
WrongIslandCheapskates (2 months ago)
Can't even boycott them, a nice chunk of retail stores and Amazon ship with... you guessed it ups!
Jake G (2 months ago)
Paul Baker I think its funny when people say I left something out because theres no way I could be fired for being late. Its called a roid raging douche nozzle of a supervisor didnt like me and felt the need to flex his imaginary powers to fire me. In reality I could have taken it up to the head department and saved my job especially considering I had a recommendation from a woman who had been workin there for at least the past 20 years. But I got really pissed off and wasn’t even wanting to continue after all that bs I witnessed and went through. Furthermore the people who think I mouth off to my employers and slack around because of how I came off on a video I recorded by myself with no one around after getting pissed off, you may want to think again. If you knew me in person Im one of the quietest respectful dudes you would ever meet. I have strong opinions and in my mind I may not give a shit but I hide it well. Which again is a huge reason why this douche nozzle knew he could take advantage of me.
Toms Techniques (5 days ago)
My son hired on as a seasonal driver at UPS and liked it so much that he worked hard to ensure that he was hired on to a permanent position in preload. He says it is hard work and he see's many short sighted individuals like yourself come and go before they start drawing full benefits. His plans are to work his way up to a permanent driving position, but most of those in preload are just there for the benefits, working an additional part time job, likely for better pay.
David James (12 days ago)
Amazon is the same ....40 deliveries per hour is not going to happen
Father Daughter Fishing (13 days ago)
I’ve been there 4 years and what you said is 100% true. The first year is rough and you just have to kill yourself. Once you have your benefits and you’re unionized they can’t touch you. Best decision of my life toughing it out. I get a pension that’s not comparable to any other company and start driving this year for $34.80 an hour. Free health,dental,vision, and chiropractic insurance. All with a $10 co pay and the rest is covered. Once you’re in the door you just use the contract against them and they can’t harass you about your work ethics. No posted start times is an automatic excuse if you’re late. Supervisors working, you file a grievance and make double time pay however long they work. I don’t recommend working there if you can’t tough it out for a year. Other than that you’re untouchable after the fact.
Colin D (14 days ago)
I unloaded for FedEx years ago for about 3 months after high school. Worst job I ever had.
Brito FAM (15 days ago)
He's a pussycat just like his bear, his bear sounds like a.pushy cat
WrongIslandCheapskates (16 days ago)
Loading trailers is worse, 6 and a half years of my life wasted. Lucky I'm not totally broken in half, thanks for spreading the good word
nikbnsn (19 days ago)
Find me another company that provides full coverage for you AND your family for doing part-time, brainless work. You'd be hard-pressed. After five years with the company, as a part-time employee, I make a decent wage, my family and I are FULLY insured, and I get three weeks of paid vacation in addition to the paid sick time I accrue monthly. Oh, yeah, and a pension. All that for unloading some boxes.
naj (1 month ago)
1:11 😂😂😂😂😂
Demolition Dude (1 month ago)
I hope your cat pees in your mouth at night when you're sleeping
testibg Cggj (1 month ago)
My younger brother, who now is a Business Analyst, worked at UPS when he was just out of HS said pretty much the same thing; they overwork their workers at a ver high pace and if you can't keep up they make you look like you are incompetent and weak... thats why go to college/university and hit those books and most importsntly get into the right majors kids...
JonDoh (1 month ago)
Just started as a loader. Can confirm high levels of bullshit. How can a company expect honesty from employees when there is a corporate culture of bullshit? For example: we were supposed to do these stupid tests as part of training. They gave us the answers then had us grade the tests ourselves. Of course everyone got 100%. This is a minor thing but it tells you about the mentality of the company, so much bullshit that they are inventing bullshit ways to deal with the bullshit then handing it back'n'forth up and down the whole business.
Krilt (1 month ago)
I know this video is old, but I can relate so much to this with Fed-Ex. I felt almost ashamed because a girl manager could move faster then me and she was shorter and didn't look like she had muscles. Everyones different of course, I plan to just be in food, I rather have a mental game then a physical game going on. So I can go to school. I lasted about a 3rd week in on the floor and just quit within the week. A week prior to the 3 weeks I was in orientation and taking classes on safety, you can say they are the same from how this is sounding. I would say a picker and packer job is the way to go in warehouses, especially from temp agencies, they never have anything big. Your just working on a conveyor or in a department packaging goods and letting the forklifts take it to be load up by them on trucks. I know nike warehouse is a good place for people who can sweat but it won't feel like your body hurts cause everything is light. People here really need to experience it themselves to know how we feel, because unless you guys went through it you can't comment on it. If you love it than that's on you, don't expect it to be for everyone. Cause why should people need to work back breaking jobs when they really don't have too. I plan on being a graphic designer the only career I see for myself that won't break my back and will for sure love it. Hope you are doing better Jake, wish you the best luck in life still.
Irving S. (1 month ago)
Damn dude- thanks for all the info! I thought it would be an ok job but no way; now that I heard how it is, won't be applying there...
Joe Torres (1 month ago)
I worked for you for 2 weeks.. it's alot of disrespectful bosses and very physically demanding. I woke up one morning and just didn't t show up. I went back to sleep. Fuck that job! The pay sucks too.
Bench Man (1 month ago)
This man is telling the truth, I took a tour there and these people work harder than the people in construction for literally half the price. In construction you learn a useful trade, but here you are over worked, underpaid and they treat you like an object. I will not be accepting a job offer from UPS because they don't have the integrity to treat their employees with respect, and these are the employees that build their company and make them tons of profit. Despicable.
齁勝Hosen (1 month ago)
1:10 best part
banshe 3363 (1 month ago)
1:10 lmao
Kora Sager (1 month ago)
Lol, preload 5 years and now a driver, I love it. Career for life, my loyalty runs deep. Not saying that that your points aren’t accurate, and I remember feeling like you did in the beginning, but your body adjusts after a while (I’m a 5 ft tall gal). UPS just isn’t for everyone.
steve rodriguez (1 month ago)
Thumbs down for being mean to the kitty. 😾
Jack Merola (1 month ago)
I've worked at UPS as a seasonal worker and everything in this video is true. I got payed 14 hourly and it was body killing work. There was one lady who was a temporary supervisor and was the only person who was kind enough to notice my hard work and that me made work harder, because she complimented my speed of work. Though i was moved to another position in the building . The new supervisor I got was a total b****. She never cared about the packages or her workers. She only cared about herself and finishing her job. I've seen people twist ankles and get cuts , and she would not give a rat's a** about it. I wanted to see if anyone else experienced my side of the work I was placed in, and Jake is not lying. I quit after the busy season due to working only one day a week or working once every two weeks. The day I quit was when my boss called me because I was not at work. (before this phone call i did not work for three weeks) I told her "I did not get a call to come in. Anytime I had to work you called me". She replied with " You come in everyday so I can tell you if you if you have to work or not". (Keep in mind I live about 25 mins away from the hub ) I told her "I can not due that I wont make the money to pay for gas just to drive there just to be sent home". She had the the urge to say " I do not care , you do what I say and that is final, understand ?" and i said " Oh I understand you loud clear , and how about you go f*** yourself you worthless piece of trash". Since then I have been tremendously happier working a small job where the employers care about their workers. I hope my story shows that UPS is a awful company to work for and can sway you away from working there. If you have read this far I'd like to thank you for acknowledging my story and taking the time for doing so. Thanks - Jack
lanteri salvatore (1 month ago)
Allow me to say this I've been working at a lame ass job for 10 yrs before I found ups. I gave it a try my first shift Dec.24th 2009 I just got the job on the 23rd that was my hire date went for the orientation paper work you name it I did it.after it was all over they called me if I can come in on Christmas eve at 3:45 I said yes and ever since that time I'm still there I'll also say this this job isnt for everyone it's either you have it or you don't it's that plain it's that simple it's that straight forward .given the job I had before I'll also tell ya this best job I've had in yrs just gotta take the good with the bad .its not every day its gonna be peaches and Roses so I suggest quit griping and go work for something more less wage if ya have what it takes stay there if not oh well but dont go around saying I don't reccomend working at ups just cause you had a bad experience its not for everyone I'll tell you this have a good day
blessedwithoutmeasur (1 month ago)
Yes Jake for sure they work you very hard, if only you could of finished your 30 days , thats bogus they fired you, you seem like a good worker, been there 16 years, after 30 days they know better to harrass , they arnt right should of given you a chance, they are not right,
Minister Mouse (1 month ago)
Idk what plant you worked at but it sounds like hell my guy 😂😂 I've worked as a preloader for 4 years and barely break a sweat at all. I'm not bragging because anybody can do anything for 4 years and not suck at it but its wayyy more relaxed at my warehouse as long as you know the way around system. Yeah the managers are all hardasses but they cant do shit to you once you have your 30 days in. And i cant think of another part time job with benefits as good as UPS. I went to the ER and it cost $10,000 but i only had to pay $1,000. And thats all i have to pay for this entire year. I can go spend the night at the ER for free until December if i wanted to. Sorry they fucked you over at your plant, but things arent like that everywhere... Yet anyway
Acoustic Shadow (1 month ago)
Jake's presentation is a little rough around the edges, but I stayed with Big Brown long enough to get a pension out of the bastids. Most of Jake's message is the absolute truth. You're not working for a company, you're in a war. It's a union shop, and the rank and file is meat for the sandwich; caught between the company and the union, who are dishing out contradictory directives. It is not any kind of place for the timid or the weak. You've got to have, or quickly develop, a very thick skin. But not too thick. Worst thing you can do is beat the Ties (management) at their own game. They'll target you for that, and I have seen it cost good people...very good people...their careers. But if you like working in/out of the elements, sort of on your own (mostly), meeting lots of people, and driving a toy truck around all day - it can be a good fit. Like most of my "brothers", I loved the job and hated the company.
Kenneth Iman (1 month ago)
I worked for the post office. Same thing on package abuse but zero push for speed. Good video.
Pari Ex (1 month ago)
This so true I worked there maybe a month....fuck that!!!!!!!!!!!!
Kiryl Rabushka (2 months ago)
wow UPS sounds terrible from your experience. I work at FedEx and let me tell you this the managers care about you and your safety. Been here a year and still have no troubles. Also one day i came in late because they changed the start time and my manager was super chill with it cause he knew there was no way of me knowing that it changed.
Michael Holmes (2 months ago)
😂🤣😆 cuss the cat out
Dark Shadow (2 months ago)
HAHAHA IM WEAK AF😂 This is true everyone I know that works at ups says it fuckin sucks
Caesar Hernandes (2 months ago)
Same thing happend to me last year, we were working weeks at 5am then out of no were they started at 4 without letting me know, go let go lol wtf
Homes (2 months ago)
You sound like a dick. Don't own a pet if you are too stupid to raise it like a decent pet owner. "Shut the F up"??? Thats your genius pet training technique? Your cat deserves a better owner. I bet you abuse it too. Loser. What, it meowed? We don't care. Its a video of a tool ranting. We can handle a meow. Thats what cats do. It was trying to get your attention. Meanwhile, you got fired for being late. So....they don't care, but your cat does, and you treat it like sht? Give it to someone else, prick.
eriq h (2 months ago)
Yup, working in the ups building is modern day paid slave labor. I had to quit when child support took half of my check and i was down to $4 an hour after taxes and child support. That doesn't include wear/tear and gas on your car getting there and back home. Then the pain killers you buy for the pain.
Derrick Winckler (2 months ago)
Speaking real facts bro
Bradley Espinosa (2 months ago)
Has anyone checked on this guy? /:
Bryan Pinto (2 months ago)
I believe u bruh My girl has a week working there n its the same shit
Johnny Cancer (2 months ago)
I understand your frustrations and it may depend on facility managers and the HR but here, the HR laid out EXACTLY what was gonna happen. 1. You will be lifting heavy packages all day long, twisting and turning. 2. There is no AC in the building and it can get nippy in the winters. 3. You will have one week to train and she also said to try out the job for 2 weeks before you fully decided if you want to move on or throw in the towel.
kos22us (2 months ago)
exactly, they hide nothing from potential employees because it costs money to hire people and turnover is a pain in the ass for everyone, it's a tough job but im not going to complain to a roofer or a dozen other occupations about how hard my job is
Gabriel Cardenas (2 months ago)
Don’t talk to ur car like that hoe
Fierce Expression (2 months ago)
Jake G, thank you for being, so open and honest with us all. I have also gain the courage to share my experiences with the world. https://youtu.be/IoaKFKmIvcY
Wolff (2 months ago)
I work at UPS and i can say unload and load does suck, like really sucks. Luckily I work in irregs and my supervisors are the best ones i worked with. If you work with bad supervisors than the work will suck.
WoldWolf Music (2 months ago)
If we're being honest, most jobs don't give a fuck about employees. Sorry, it's just in the real world, caring about employees more than numbers means loss of profit. But I understand your complain with the job.
ShoobyDrew (2 months ago)
I was a supervisor at UPS back then, most of the shit he’s saying is completely true lol. However unloading is hella easier than loading
ahawk1968 (2 months ago)
Oh good God! The absolute pinnacle of snowflakes. 32 years in and still counting.
Frankie Camacho (2 months ago)
Yea all what hes saying is true I work at FedEx and i unload the 18 wheelers and reload the van lines we do 3-4 vans on your own and yea we throw everything nobody gives a shit
Travis (2 months ago)
this video is youtube gold
Danny Tanner (2 months ago)
The whole thing with the scheduling is right. At orientation they told me the shift starts from 4-8 or 9 the same week I start work came in at 4 they told me they start at 3:15am and I’m just like what??? Glad karma catched up with ups and how they can’t find workers.
jdl 68 (3 months ago)
Fuck UPS if you are not planning to be a driver why stick around. I worked there six months and even that was too long. Found a way better job better pay five min drive same benefits more hours good looking girls working there with a much nicer staff ha UPS is filled with crackheads and the criminals of society. If you stay there you are a moron because you can find a way better job with better opportunities to move up if you have the drive for it.
Ferment Joy (3 months ago)
Man Fuck UPS Lmaooo. Take the shit until you in Union. Then Tell every sup to go fuck themselves. I left was there for 3 months. But what do you expect working in places like that. Fed Ex is the same.
Rex Marquez (3 months ago)
Great video man. Thank you for warning those of us who might not have understood what kind of work this job entails.
Steven Merrick (3 months ago)
Look here you punk if you don't like working at UPS go work at Mc Donald's you will work just as hard. Have fun washing the dishes crybaby. Im out
K C (3 months ago)
Ups is only good to lose some weight and get thc free and that's real
Rex Marquez (3 months ago)
This is honestly exactly what it was like for me working at CFA. Lol I know most people seem to have a good time there, the one I worked at was shit. My very first day working and my head manager was already pissed at me because I couldn't keep up with the rest of the staff who had all been their much longer than me. Most of them had been there over a year, and some of them had actually been there for over 10 years! I tried to stick it out, but every day I came to work my managers were shitting on me for being "too slow." Needless to say, I didn't stay with CFA for very long. I stuck it out for 3 months, and then got the hell out of there. So I totally feel what you're saying bro. It's tough when management expects you to be at everyone else level, when you clearly have less experience then all of the other employees. Unfortunately that's just how some places are. It's bullshit.
J. Anthony Morgan (3 months ago)
Dude you are hilarious, and man everything you said was spot on dude. I worked as a loader, sorter, iregs, unloading etc. I've been there since July and have been trying to get promoted to a pt sup. Passed the test in September etc. I keep getting the run around and at least 4 people who have worked there less than me have been promoted and man I am pissed. I keep getting told to keep working hard. Fuck them.
tht 1 nigga (3 months ago)
I remember trying hard on a math test.. well u knoe the story🌞
Ink_addict 93 (3 months ago)
Fired on 3rd day for coming in on time. Lol damn they don’t pay enough for that level of expectation and performance. You can tell he was working him self up just talking about it and poor bear caught the hit lmao
Tyrene Watkins (3 months ago)
I hope this goes viral
Tyrene Watkins (3 months ago)
Jobs today is a trip
Earl Hickey (3 months ago)
Been there 5 years. Trying so fkn hard to leave and find something new . Also , ups I'm at has new equipment. Out dated video .
MArco Macias (3 months ago)
I agree 100% 25 years later neck surgery, back surgery, shoulder pain, im on permanent disability never recovered,
YSL Jae (3 months ago)
Bro I’ve been working at UPS for like 2 months now and everything you said is 100 percent true shit fucking sucks they slave you and don’t let you leave on time and if you work hard they’ll just take advantage of you I’m thinking about quitting in February
James McHarg (3 months ago)
Wow you know a lot about that company for only being there three days that's why I use United States Postal Service even though sometimes they are problems
Ricky B (3 months ago)
My perspective of UPS is unless you've got 'connections' to get hired as a driver, then you'll have to start at the very bottom. And, when I say bottom I mean *BOTTOM* . Most likely start as a seasonal driver helper; this is one of the most physical jobs ever. And, the drivers will haze the shit out of you. They will actually try to make you quit. I've did countless seasons I know. I've seen guys drop from sheer exhaustion, or quit from "culture shock". It's a very military type environment. And, yes like you said; they will slave you until your body quits literally. I've seen guys with all types of health problems, and having knee,back, and various other surgeries in their 40's! If you're willing to sacrifice your personal life and or health, then UPS might be for you. As full-time drivers can easily make 100k+ a year, including bonuses. And another perk is the women, oh my the WOMEN! I can't even begin to tell you how many times I've gotten laid just because of the uniform. Not bragging, just good times. So..overall UPS is 50/50 either you're gonna love it or hate it. It's not a job for everyone and requires a certain type of individual..
DTrain (3 months ago)
It’s a job. What did you expect? It’s a straight manual labor job. Its hard work. You should of known that from orientation. Those packages on the videos you watched are empty... props for the video. You try and find a job out there that works part time for full timer benefits for you and your family. That’s what kept me there. This job just isn’t for you. But there are thousands out there that would kill to have the opportunity like you did. Good luck out there
Jeff L (3 months ago)
I work at Rockford UPS Ramp and I love it. Good supervisors and bonus 300 bucks every week... Digging it. Different people have different experiences. Life bro.
Jose Zenteno (3 months ago)
lmao nice video
EDMTML Films (3 months ago)
This is pure comedy.
Jenny Scranton (3 months ago)
Elier Melendez (3 months ago)
Lol.. 🤣 Preach!
Pat Beaudry (3 months ago)
UPS is know for being the worst part time,seasonal job in the USA. I never tried.the rumors are enough. Every year I see this boss's put out these sign they say they pay there employees more than anyone(McDonald pays not than UPS) and here in the twin cities ,it is the main airport cross dock.
James Wood (3 months ago)
Chill dude. Just means more time to pet bear
Successful Mindz (3 months ago)
Smh man I did a great job while unloading I literally push out 20 packages per min without getting tired . Until my three truck to unload without complaining even though you get people who complaining too much even though you signed the application say you can handle that type of work . You have to have a strong back bone just to work there if you don't then your not going to last long it took me only two n a half of months to get promoted to part time supervisor.... And I only use UPS for the benefits which is got damn awesome I might add .... Yeah different experiences for different people with different work methods ijs maybe you should have really ask questions while you were in training... I had no problem asking questions into what I was getting myself into and that's with every job you go to.. and they help pay your school fees as well they doing so for my classes idk I guess it depends on which hub you work for .. I out last my group of 24 people who started with me and man the only ones was complaining was the ones who never worked in a warehouse or retail...... But I'm just a different type of person
nick knickle (3 months ago)
This video should be shown during orinentiation this is very accurate
kseries1981 (3 months ago)
Newbie didn't know his rights and got screwed. Next time, get your shop steward.
Vince Chongy (3 months ago)
Great video. Laughed my ass off. I drove for ups 28 years. Place sucks. But i retired at 52. Get 52k a year pension now for doing NOTHING! And i was a pain in UPS’s ass all 28 years. F them.
burtonphila (3 months ago)
I'll would like for him to give a negative account of Donald Trump. I need a good laugh.
burtonphila (3 months ago)
I can listen to him complain all day his funny as sht.
Chris Gray (3 months ago)
Believe me if u were fired they didn't see any potential in you my man lol lol. I've worked there for years and still do! I have my cell phone everyday and there are absolutely cameras everywhere oh,, and I don't have muscles so stop lying bro u just suck!
Gavin Hewlett (3 months ago)
I just got hired on at ups seasonal and they had me working everywhere throughout my stay... I started at surepost smalls... Went to unload and back to surepost to begin with and then on Cyber Monday they through me on 3 trucks loading... It was hell on Earth for me then.. job was cake til loading 3 trucks Cyber Monday lol... I myself had like 1300 packages the belt was flying by I was panicking like fuck. Good times. Hope I get hired on the job makes a man outta yah... Did driver help all this week Workin 12 and a half hour days LETS GO BOY!!!
Gavin Hewlett (3 months ago)
Threw* -.-
jose munoz (3 months ago)
They don't want hard working people. They want slaves..
jose munoz (3 months ago)
Your right.. Slavery is over
Tim Davenport (3 months ago)
Wait tell jan. It is even worse. They cut back on ppl. So the unloader and loader has to take up there slack. It tough shit. I been there 4 years and it sucks ass every day.
Rodney Johnston (3 months ago)
You are a pussay Grow up and be a man
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Michael Frye (3 months ago)
Bro u lost me when you cursed out the cat
blind foldme (3 months ago)
Damn ur fine af
Ali Deen (3 months ago)
Fuck UPS!
Stand Strong (3 months ago)
Did it for like 2 weeks. I left and never looked back.
Randall Enoch (3 months ago)
I’ve done loading it sucks
Cranky Jay (3 months ago)
You're too smart to be working that job they should've had you in an office somewhere doing routing or something else. Hope it all worked out for you in the end
Jim joe Kelly (3 months ago)
Unload is better than load side, load side is an absolute shit hole packages all over the place and brain dead supervisors makes it depressing. When they forced me over to load side I would do the worse fucking job, where they would not put me there again.
BigBwoyTing (3 months ago)
I remember talking to a few ups workers who called the job the slave farm. Now i understand why.
Dale Bee (3 months ago)
You forgot two things.. FedEx is exactly the same.. go..go..go.. and shitty pay
Sweethoney B83 (3 months ago)
Everything he said is true because I used to be a security guard and I got sent to that company even the truck drivers complain about you can be feel like you dying and the trucks the supervisor will still tell you okay well I still need you to make it to the destination. I've also seen how supervisors talk to their employees and I'm not trying to be funny and look unorganized and sometimes a little ghetto. People will come inside the guard shack shirt soaking wet so there's no need to try to look cute coming to work post people wear a bandana on their heads tank top shirts extra shoes witch regular workers can have extra shoes but it brings out a lot of people body the only good thing about it if you are tough enough and you make it more than 6 months you can move to a different position as far as moving up until you don't have to work physically hard is just all those months of people suffering that's it but after a certain amount of months then it gets better so if you can last he'll be great in the end kind of financially but there was one guy he was a diabetic he actually fell asleep in his car and some truck drivers had to pull him out but a lot of the UPS tractors don't have AC in them the only thing I see pushing the truck drivers is the money and Amazon too. also sometimes they lose people packages they will be customers coming in complaining to the guards about where all their packages it sometimes they will send people on the weekend to come pick up packages and those people don't even be inside the warehouse some people would get mad at US security guards. After while if you make it up to a supervisor or manager it's not physical work unless unless it's a lot of work and they will have extra people coming to from other UPS warehouses to come help out
DJ BOPEEP (4 months ago)
True shit I was a seasonal driver healer and my experience was 10x worse. They truly dont give a fuck about you and it was the worst ever. They really don't give a fuck about the packages.
SP FromNY914 (4 months ago)
stfu bear pls😂😂😂🤣
Michael Cuff (4 months ago)
Ive heard from ALOTTA guys that worked there for years the same thing that your saying! Dont feel bad about it! Fuck em! Gut a better job somewhere else!
keystonecop (4 months ago)
Not every job is for everybody. UPS obviously requires punctuality hardwork and to be courteous. Every job used to be like that, not anymore but to get paid a decent wage requires more than just showing up and doing the minimum. So you make your choice, either stay, or walk and get another job. After all you were looking for one when you got that one. Just remember that it's your choice, nobody forced you.
Fossil Diver (4 months ago)
What do you expect from a company that started as a bootleg liquor delivery service during prohibition?
Frank Martinez (4 months ago)
Do you have rabies???? Fucken foam coming out of your mouth wtf fucken nasty man
Jeffery Jacob (4 months ago)
What your problem is the pills and video games little hard work don't kill nobody but it hurt pussies like you I'm missing a right reg and had 8 back operations And I do roofing get a life quit whining and work your ass off
Lorne Johnson (4 months ago)
I thought they was union. Yeah UPS fuckup my expensive two way radio in October of 2018.