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UPS To Hire About 95,000 For Holiday Season

09.20.17 | US

  • Seasonal and part-time positions often an entry point to UPS careers
  • Up to 35% of those hired seasonally over the last three years have permanent jobs with the company

UPS (NYSE: UPS) announced today that it expects to hire about 95,000 seasonal employees to support the anticipated increase in package volume that will begin in November and continue through January 2018. 

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The UPS Store Celebrates 5,000th Retail Location Milestone!

09.19.17 | US

The company attributes momentum to its network of convenient locations, diverse franchise opportunities, and a focus on supporting small businesses

The UPS Store, Inc., the nation’s largest franchise system of retail shipping, print and business service centers, is now 5,000+ locations strong, the company announced today.

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UPS Cools Wine with Summer Solutions

06.15.15 |

Along a winding, tree-lined road nestled in Napa Valley, Calif., Swiss entrepreneur Donald Hess first opened the Hess Collection Winery in 1978 and has expanded to more than 1,000 acres of vineyards.

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  • 07.28.17 | US

    The Power of Working Through Others

    At the National Urban League’s Whitney M. Young Junior Awards Gala, Myron Gray, President, U.S. Operations accepted the Charles Collins Distinguished Trustee award for his service and mentorship and spoke about the cumulative impact of working through others.

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  • 07.10.17 | US

    Delivering on the Dream of Diversity

    At the annual conference of National Council of La Raza, David Abney discussed UPS’s 35-year relationship with the United States’ largest Latino civil rights and advocacy organization through the lens of three shared diversity beliefs. (At the close of the conference and after Abney spoke, NCLR announced it was changing its name to UnidosUS.)

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