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

  • Published on: 04 November 2014
  • Runtime : 5:51
  • UPS United Parcel Service Unloader Packages Package Handler Work Sucks Seasonal Job


  • Ant life
    Ant life   1 days ago

    I sort my first week was hell but now I'm good

  • Miguel Hernandez
    Miguel Hernandez   2 days ago

    This was hilarious. Like I'm not laughing at you I just that it was a funny rant. I just got invited to an orientation with UPS so thanks for the information.

  • Aaron P
    Aaron P   4 days ago

    I’m a class A driver I worked for XPO logistics and same bull shit I took to many sudafeds to stay awake and I cooked my prostate

  • pierre martin
    pierre martin   1 weeks ago

    I been working for UPS for 10 yrs , it’s not for everybody 💯

  • Josue Castillo
    Josue Castillo   1 weeks ago

    "Shut the fuck up bear" 🤣🤣On the real bro, you're just not cut out for ups. And fyi, i make $37 hr.

  • Camron McElroy
    Camron McElroy   1 weeks ago

    This video could’ve not been explained any better. UPS REALLY doesn’t give a fuck about it’s employees and REALLY does look at its employees as numbers. The working conditions are horrible and the volume of packages a day are ridiculous. DO NOT WORK FOR UPS

  • 0317Stanley
    0317Stanley   1 weeks ago

    I barely have muscle and skinnier than you dawg, I'm in pain a lot but I ain't bitching lol its a job, been there over a year now and I love it. It may be only $10 an hour but the possibilities are endless in moving up with the company. Can make serious bank without having a college degree, not too many places you can do that nowadays.

  • monica zoara
    monica zoara   1 weeks ago

    Thank you, had have an interview thank you for posting!

  • Coconut Head
    Coconut Head   2 weeks ago

    In the hub is a fucking nightmare, hardest job i ever had. It’s truly insane

  • Nigel Nembhard
    Nigel Nembhard   2 weeks ago

    I've been working at ups since June of this year...

  • Richard L
    Richard L   2 weeks ago

    Imagine if you were a doctor, fuck, I am late to the surgery and shut up cat.

  • Gail Kaplan
    Gail Kaplan   2 weeks ago

    He's not lying, I'm a veteran at Ups and everything he is saying is the truth.

  • jbonecamero13
    jbonecamero13   2 weeks ago

    Only job without a degree where you can make 110 k a year

  • Almerinda Romeira
    Almerinda Romeira   2 weeks ago

    On my first in UPS Deutschland as an unloader I felt the intensity of it, though it's the fast pace that kills you. My supervisor manages the hub so actually when he comes is when I slow down so that he can ask me if I'm still alive. There are most likely worse jobs than this one scattered around the western world

  • King Solo
    King Solo   3 weeks ago

    lol so fucking true...😂😂😂😂😂

  • jonathan parsons
    jonathan parsons   3 weeks ago

    you are right man. they don't give a crap about you. just a number and a piece of meat to do the crap work!

  • Matthew
    Matthew   3 weeks ago

    dude, you aint got no pecs.

  • Javier Castro
    Javier Castro   1 months ago

    Hell yea it did. I was a loader for 2 years. 2014-2016

  • Expert Critic
    Expert Critic   1 months ago

    UPS or success is not for the weak. Ups is great company. I started at ups a loader at the age of 17 part time. By the age of 21 I was a full time driver making 70 thousand a year. I've been there 18 years and now I make 100 thousand a year. What job pays this kind of money without an college degree?

  • John Williams
    John Williams   1 months ago

    First of all, Teamsters do NOT recognize production targets such as 1,100 packages per hour (PPH), PERIOD!! Article 37 states "a fair days work for a fair days pay" meaning you come in to work and give what you've got. Same applies to the labels up percentage, it's not contractual so those numbers are nothing more than management trying to hit unmakeable targets given to them from higher ups. Your first 30 days are probationary and you can get released for any reason and cannot grieve through the grievance process. That's why I tell new hires in the orientation that being on time is more important than how hard you work those first 30 days. (I'm a Steward.) You strike me as someone with the stones to push back on management once a member and through probation, that's not a quality that UPS wants to see, they like sheeple. Great commentary and I sure hope you apologized to Bear, dogs are the most loyal and loving things in our lives!

  • Corey M
    Corey M   1 months ago

    I unloaded for my first year there and sorted for another 5 years before I finally quit. Anyone who says it's easy or you're being a pussy are just trying to over compensate for their tiny penis by trying to prove how tough and mocho they are. That shit is back breaking work, I don't give a fuck how big and tough you think you are.

  • Jacob Adair
    Jacob Adair   1 months ago

    How did you get fired dumb fuck it's a union job

  • Susan Slattery
    Susan Slattery   1 months ago

    I know you posted this four years ago. About one year ago I started working at UPS as a part time HR supervisor. It devastates me when my preload + local sort supervisors ax someone I hired in the first week. It is so much work to hire someone. You would not believe all the databases + systems I have to log in to to get someone hired. A lot of those I hire tell me I am the nicest person at UPS they've interacted with. I get all metaphysical during orientations + review Don Miguel Ruiz's Four Agreements with my loaders/unloaders. I'm so sorry you had a bad experience. I tell my package handlers, if you ever feel like you can't talk to someone here, you can always call me, and I give them my personal cell phone number. I wish you had come to work in my facilities.