There have already been BD admins let go last month. The last rumor I heard was that they are going after operations next, but I'd think they aren't done with anyone who is due to get the 401K bumps. This includes me, so I am very... — read more
I think that Q1 will be OK but after that things could get ugly. Any thoughts?
Why does UPS not offer a buyout to it's older operations management employees? UPS has given buyout to non operations management employees. UPS say they care about their management operations employees, but they really do not. UPS only does the... — read more
I can't find a definite number anywhere.
Will the quarterly earnings beat or miss estimates, what do you think?
Question for those affected: what kind of severance did you receive? With all the changes and cuts going on, I'm wondering if they have made some adjustments to the severance package as well. I wouldn't really be surprised if that turns out to be... — read more
This is not a rumor… UPS will lay-off about 300 people in various Finance & Accounting positions in Louisville, Chicago, and Scranton. Employees will be let go between February and May. and Yes..that is true...but that 300 is only in one... — read more
Employees told yesterday 11/30/21..232 employees
This thread is for info about potential UPS layoffs? Any chatter, news or rumors?
When I got laid off, I thought it was a disaster and I was very worried about what to do next because I was not prepared. I didn’t expect it because I was giving my best and I was doing the best I could. It's over and now I have a job that is better... — read more
Carol is laying off as many non op positions as quickly as she can before 2023 because this is when those grandfathered into the pension will be changed dramatically. She has targeted long time employees some close to 30 years just a few years shy of... — read more
I received a text from an AE that had received the official RSAP call... anyone else? I know they just laid off 200+ EAEs, are they working through SMB AEs now?
So many jobs are going to India. They are moving ocean imports over there and people will be losing their jobs soon.
I wish I knew what it’s like to work while giving only a minimum of myself, and not ending the working day so tired that I can’t even get enough rest until the next day. A colleague advises me not to try too hard because layoffs are inevitable... — read more
After 9 years at ups as package data supervisor I was told my position was being eliminated and essentially being outsourced. Took the severance and no longer wanted to work for a company that doesn't respect loyalty, experience and hard work. Also... — read more
All if a sudden layoffs and let goes. Dont know why. People gone.
I applied online and have an interview scheduled in a few days. I researched UPS and came across this site by accident. If I am hired what can I expect it to be like? The position is only PT but eventually, I am hoping to become a full-time employee... — read more
UPS Boss Preaches the Power of No Carol Tomé is shifting the delivery giant’s focus to the bottom line, weeding out less-profitable customers in a high-speed overhaul; ‘Time for us to... — read more
People have been receiving notices for the past few days, not sure if it's going to continue after this week. As it was mentioned before, there's absolutely no reason for these cuts considering how well the company is doing right now. I can't imagine... — read more
This is a master thread about UPS Layoffs 2021? Any news or rumors?
My cousin got fired from UPS after only 2 months of work and was totally broken about it. His dismissal came in the most difficult period for him and it came suddenly. I saw on Indeed that the turnover in this company is high, so I wonder what is the... — read more
“After this pandemic is over I'm expecting a mass exodus from UP. If you live anywhere near a big city where opportunities are everywhere, why would you continue to work for a place that treats its employees like this? Move on. They've moved on from... — read more
The company says a UPS warehouse and distribution centre in Philadelphia could create nearly a thousand new jobs, but citizens oppose it because they are worried about traffic in the neighbourhood. Silly me, I thought creating new jobs in these... — read more
I know people have been receiving buyout options but sadly I'm not one of them - even if I'm one of the few who'd be happy to leave right now. Any way to indicate I'd be willing to accept a buyout? The only thing I'm worried about is that if they... — read more
United Parcel Service said on Thursday it was offering buyouts to some employees, as Chief Executive Carol Tomé aims to curb costs at the delivery firm. “Aligning our talent with the needs of our company and customers is critical to becoming a... — read more
UPS is laying off almost all of HR in South AL. Now they are going for IE. They are offering a bad deal to leave the company if you are specialist or above.
I am not aware of any layoffs. Maybe in the corp office?
Why does UPS not offer buyout to their management operations employees. In 2018 UPS offer buyouts to non operational employees management. UPS does not care about their older operational employees. UPS needs to offer them buyout. UPS has... — read more
I personally know of at least three people who were let go this week! How long has this been going on? And why is nobody talking about this?
I was temporarily laid off by UPS last week. I don't know if I should worry or believe them when they say this is just temporary. Has anybody else been in a similar situation?
There are no advantages to being in management at UPS. Example. Hourly employees get overtime pay-management don't, hourly don't pay for benefits- management pays for their benefits, hourly earn their vacation based on previous last year hours... — read more
UPS says they are working hard to deliver but with cutbacks/ layoffs how can they ? Everyone else is delivering fed express -DHL Amazon and the post office but brown can’t what can brown do for you? Sh– on its customers
Here we go, second employee at UPS Worldport dies of coronavirus – https://www.wdrb.com/in-depth/second-employee-at-ups-worldport-dies-of-coronavirus/article_9e2ebd2c-7c04-11ea-a67d-bf21102e2367.html
Some United Parcel Service drivers in Los Angeles have had their hours and pay scaled back. Ron Herrera, international vice president of the Western Region Teamsters, the union representing UPS drivers, cited a decline in shipments because of... — read more
What's our next step? What needs to be done?
My opinion only... MIP will be gone in a few years... The RSU changing to one year was the very first step in the process… After MIP ends, the management wants no additional burdens… 40% was step 2, they will finish this off with MIP being the... — read more