wages for management?

Discussion in 'UPS Partners' started by cast, Mar 3, 2007.

  1. cast

    cast New Member

    I other night my brother-in-law was asking about work and asked about our center management (we had had problems with a bad manager a year ago). Anyway I told him we have a good guy in charge now but then he asks how much do center managers and above make? So does anyone know?
  2. GoBigRed

    GoBigRed Guest

    $1/4 million
  3. mattwtrs

    mattwtrs Retired Senior Member

    Probably noy enough!
  4. HazMatMan

    HazMatMan New Member

    No,,, too, too, much.....
  5. local804

    local804 Well-Known Member

    With all their bonuses and expenses paid making them highest in the industry,
    way way too much!!!
  6. mrbill

    mrbill Member

    I heard xmas bonus could sometimes be 10- 12 k in stock:confused:1
  7. over9five

    over9five Senior Member Staff Member

    Just remember that the center manager job is being phased out. Most of their decision making responsibilities are gone.
    Soon, the daily email from IE will go directly to the preload sup, and we won't need a center manager at all.
  8. paganpink

    paganpink New Member

    Around $5200- $6800/month. They also get a stock award (3.2 times their monthly pay this year) and an extra half month pay in December. Most have 2-5 supervisors (ditto for the same amount of OMS people) and anywhere from 30-80 drivers assigned to them. In the Hub that would be 4-10 F/T supervisors, 20-85 P/T supervisors and anywhere from 140 to 400 part time employees depending on how big their facility is.
  9. 97515

    97515 Guest

    Um, no. You don't even guess good...
  10. IE SUP

    IE SUP Guest

    That is actually very close to being correct depending on how long a Manager has been a Manager. People think UPS mgmt make good money, I say they are out of their mind. So do the math, 60hrs a week x 4 weeks a month = 240 hrs. $6000 / 240 = $25 an hr.

    I hope that UPS managers are not the highest paid in the industry. If that is true we work in a sad industry.

    By the way what wage rates do drivers top out at??
  11. local804

    local804 Well-Known Member

    $81,600 plus bonuses? not too shabby there
    Can we agree they get alot of perks too?
  12. vbmiked

    vbmiked New Member

    if thats true what does my Del. sup make?
  13. DorkHead

    DorkHead Active Member

    I really don`t care what they make.
  14. Channahon

    Channahon New Member

    Management salaries differ around the country due to the cost of living. A manager in Alabama wouldn't make what a manager in New York does.

    Salaries depend on a few factors. How long has the management person been a sup, how much does he/she currently make, how much supervision do they need, and level of education.
  15. local804

    local804 Well-Known Member

    I wish that was the case with drivers also.
  16. tieguy

    tieguy Banned

    What perks?They reclassified my chauffer and valet during the last contract.
  17. brownmonster

    brownmonster Man of Great Wisdom

    Tie, does the manicurist still come to your office on Tuesday's?
  18. local804

    local804 Well-Known Member

    Cell phones, lunches,expense accounts, Amex corp card, you know- all the good stuff.
  19. satellitedriver

    satellitedriver Moderator Staff Member

    You are correct.
    Micro-management will only cut deeper into mangement positions, due to technology.
    I think it is the wrong approach, but that is the way it is going
  20. cast

    cast New Member

    I have heard from too much to not enough to millions to 81,600 plus stock, I guess nobody really knows? IE sup ask "what drivers top out at" I made the 80k club last year for the first time I'm not sure if thats good or bad ! All I know that this job is only a means to an end, by that meaning that I am only at UPS to support my family and live life and the job is only as bad as you let your attitude allow it to be. And hopefully I can have more good days than bad. In my years at UPS I have had alot of bad but somehow the good have kept me employed for 19 years.