Month: October 2018
The United Parcel Service (UPS) is one of the biggest multinational companies for package deliveries. A job as UPS drivers falls under a wider career division of heavy trailer truck drivers. These drivers are always being watched, and they are mostly obsessed with utilizing data as a way of increasing productivity.
The UPS’s process management director, Jack Lewis, says that one minute for each driver per day annually earns the company over $14.5 million and a minute of idle for one driver in a day can cost $500,000 of fuel annually. UPS drivers carry with them a Delivery Information Acquisition Device (DIAD) that tracks all of their moves.
Ever wonder why a UPS man cannot hang around to listen to people’s life stories? He/she might be having more than 10 stops to make before the day ends and his work is being timed and watched.
It is the responsibility of UPS driver to deliver packages to clients in a professional and timely manner. This type of job is a physically demanding one. It is an outdoor and fast-paced position that includes regular lifting, carrying, and lowering of packages.Read More »