A job at UPS is more than a job. For many people around the country, it’s a life-long career with strong, reliable pay and benefits. It can lead to an education or promotion. Or an opportunity for entrepreneurs to get the support and benefits they need while they build their own businesses. At UPS, everyone can succeed – no college degree required.
Bill Brenzy loves his career as a Minnesota delivery driver and a proud UPSer since 1979.Read About
We're proud to have worked collaboratively with the International Brotherhood of Teamsters for almost 100 years. We’re the largest employer of Teamsters in the world, and together, we’ve created industry-leading benefits and wages for both full- and part-time union employees. We have other union partnerships including the International Association of Machinists, the Independent Pilots Association and the Transport Workers Union, and recently have reached agreements that are mutually beneficial for our people and our company.
Teaching safety is very important and that's why UPS employs more than 200 professionals to teach, coach and counsel employees.Read About
When you offer a path to success for employees, they tend to take you up on it. The result is helping people achieve economic mobility and creating a culture of people who love their work and love to tell you about it. With one of the strongest and longest-standing promote-from-within cultures of any company in America, we love supporting the career paths our employees choose.
After seasonal work as a landscaper, Xavier Dubon was looking for a career change and set his sights on UPS.Read About
While our hourly jobs don’t require a college degree to earn strong pay and benefits, we know college is also a path to success for many. And at UPS, you don’t need to be in a full-time position to receive tuition assistance – eligible part-time employees can also receive this benefit the day they’re hired.
Brandit Campbell originally came to UPS to pay off a car loan, working as a package handler. After just three years, Brandit was promoted to division manager.Read About
For many, our part-time union jobs are enticing simply because they offer similar benefits to our full-time positions – including low-to-no cost healthcare, paid time off and a pension. So, you’ll find entrepreneurs and small business owners among our team, with UPS providing consistent hours, strong pay and top-notch benefits that free them up to pursue their passions.
With the help of his part-time hours, Steve Garcia has built a lasting career as a package handler and award-winning brewery owner.Read About
Working at UPS can be a family affair. Kids follow in their parents’ footsteps. Spouses work together. And we’re proud (but not too surprised) to see a majority of our drivers and inside operations employees tell their friends and family to come work at UPS.
Richie Guess was born and raised in Oklahoma. He taught his children, Tiffany and Cory, to pull trailers and drive trucks on their family farm and they all work at UPS now.Read About
Maybe it's old school for a person to stay at one company for their entire career. But it’s not old school to be paid the best for what you do, have a secure retirement, get ample vacation time and sick leave, and not have to worry about healthcare coverage.
Chris Rosenfelt Jr. is a third-generation UPS driver in Pennsylvania, who recently received an award for his first year of safe driving, presented by his father, Chris Sr.Read About
At UPS, we’re never ready to say good is good enough, which is why we operate from a mindset of constant improvement. We implement change when it’s needed and try new approaches to make things better.
Learn more about our social impact in our 2021 Social Impact Report.
This report details UPS’s U.S. small package workforce. These employees deliver what matters for UPS customers and communities every day and include the approximately 350,000 employees represented by the International Brotherhood of Teamsters. The report does not include data from our International Small Package, Supply Chain Solutions or Corporate business units.