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UPS Interviews

Learn more about the overall interview process at UPS from current employees. The majority of UPS employees think the interviews are average and rate their experience a C or 69/100. The average employee completed 1 interviews and received a response within a week.

In general, based on 41187 ratings and 3737 employees, UPS has an overall culture score of C or 66/100. UPS is ranked in the Bottom 45% of similar sized companies on Comparably. The Customer Success department, the Business Development department, and the Product department are the most satisfied with their experience at UPS. However, the Design department, Non-Binary employees, and employees who have been at the company Over 10 Years are the least satisfied.

Interview SentimentHow was your overall experience interviewing at your current company?
Top 5%Top 5% of Similar Size Companies on Comparably
85
out of 100
Interview ExperienceHow would you rate the interview process at your company?
Bottom 45%Bottom 45% of Similar Size Companies on Comparably
C

UPS is in the Bottom 45% of Similar Size Companies

Culture Score
Bottom 45%Bottom 45% of Similar Size Companies on Comparably
C

UPS is in the Bottom 45% of Similar Size Companies

69
out of 100
How would you rate the interview process at your company?
Applied online
49%
Referral
25%
Recruiter
10%
Other
12%
Networking
4%
How did you get your first interview at your current company?
Very Difficult
5%
Difficult
10%
Average
47%
Easy
19%
Very Easy
19%
How difficult would you rate the interview process at your current company?
Did your interview process give you a good representation of the culture at your company?
Same day
18%
Within a week
45%
1-2 Weeks
18%
2-4 Weeks
7%
4+ Weeks
12%
How long did you have to wait before you heard a response after your last interview?
1
53%
2
31%
3
10%
4
2%
5 or more
4%
How many phone/in person interviews did you have before you were hired at your current company?

Who Ranks UPS' Interview Process the Highest?

Tenure - 2 to 5 Years 92/100
Department - Customer Success 91/100
Department - Admin 84/100

Who Ranks UPS' Interview Process the Lowest?

Gender - Non-Binary 53/100
Tenure - Over 10 Years 56/100
Department - HR 60/100

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    Recent Questions About the Interview Process at UPS

    • What should I wear for an interview at UPS?
      Dress professional like you would in any other company do not dress down thinking it's just UPS they look at that
      Answered 3 years ago
      Clean street clothes. Nice shirt no jeans, clean polished shoes or boots. No sneakers.
      Answered 3 years ago
      Depends on position your interviewing. If it's a management or office position, business casual would be preferred if not a whole suit. If you're coming in as a preloader, or unloaded, I would be dressed ready to work ( old t shirts because you will sweat, loose fitting, comfortable Jean's and work boots ) because I have seen them go from the interview right to work
      Answered 3 years ago
      A smile
      Answered 3 years ago
      Depends what you are applying for. If you are applying for loader/unloader then wear comfortable but neat clothes. If for office, management, etc. Then wear casual business attire.
      Answered 3 years ago
      Clean work clothes. Most important ... sturdy leather shoes or boots
      Answered 3 years ago
      Nice clothes
      Answered 3 years ago
      Clothes
      Answered 4 years ago
      Business casual
      Answered 4 years ago

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    • What was the most difficult question that was asked during your interview at UPS?
      None interview process was very easy
      Answered 3 years ago
      Why do you want to work here
      Answered 4 years ago
      Will you relocate
      Answered 4 years ago
      None
      Answered 4 years ago
      none
      Answered 4 years ago
      37 years ago do not remember
      Answered 4 years ago
      My interview was over 30 years ago so it’s recollection is vague at best. From speaking to new hires most fumble with what is considered stealing. IE: If you stop to make a phone call while on the clock is that stealing? Answer is YES. You are being paid to work. Do it.
      Answered 4 years ago
      Why do I wanna work here
      Answered 4 years ago
      Probably about job history. They weren't hard questions, just had to detail the last 10 years of employment. It was time consuming.
      Answered 4 years ago

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