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Customer service representative in Melbourne VIC
on 16 January 2017
A Day in The Life of a UPSer
You will be greeted warmly and enthusiastically by people in your company. I can say that we have a very good camaraderie at work but work itself was taxing enough that people didn't have time to explore other things and do other activities. It was a great experience working with UPS because it provided me a platform to enhance my critical thinking skills and creativity with sales and promotion. The hardest part of the job was really the hours that we had to work because it was really unhealthy, and a lot of people were becoming obese and sick. But other than that, processes and the way things were handled were really professional and outstanding. I enjoyed having to talk with customers in an efficient manner because it meets the goals and we have happy customers!
Operations Officer in Tullamarine VIC
on 1 June 2021
Average place to work at
I got my job at UPS and lasted just over a year. Management had no clue how to run a team, constant changes in everyone's job roles and was never trained properly from the beginning. People leaving regularly and due to that more work was piled onto the workers instead of hiring more people to cover the work load. Very very dull, boring and sad environment. You are just a number there and no one cares about your well being. I went to HR for advice on how I can communicate well with my manager and talk about her behavior towards me and others and they send me a "beyond blue" link. In other words "I don't care about what you are saying, go seek some professional help" I was disrespected multiples times by both managers. My hard work was never appreciated or noticed by my managers, only when I left it was. I would not recommend this place, no matter how much they are willing to pay you, it is not worth the stress. My advice to anyone experiencing this right now at a job, don't be afraid to apply for other jobs and leave! I have left and work somewhere else and cannot be any happier.
Loader Operator in Derby WA
on 14 May 2020
Very hard work and no health and safety at all
I will never introduce any one to work at ups very hard job lifting very heavy parcels with pressure and mergers always at your back no rest at all you be doing treller after trellar with no rest
Warehouse operator in Greystanes NSW
on 16 May 2018
Great team of people on the floor for the most part
Dont get too comfortable watched a lot of people come and go pay is low for what they expect of you and on site manager has no idea what they're doing
warehouse Operator in Tullamarine VIC
on 6 December 2017
no Overall rating ** Job Work/Life Balance ** Salary/Benefits ** Job Security/Advancement ** Management * Job Culture *

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