Discussion in 'UPS Partners' started by brownstown, Apr 3, 2015.
Wondering if sales account executives are given a company car or not...??
Absolutely most look like this
Why? They obviously dont get sales leads. Thats what drivers are for
No one at UPS gets a company car except package drivers.
Nope. They are paid mileage and per diem.
Or your local union employees.
Our BA drives a car owned by the local; in fact, I believe our local has 3 cars in their name to be used primarily (wink, wink) for union business.
They're not UPS.
I thought UPS owned the Union.
Awwww...... I was saving my captain obvious for the weekend.
You can use Sir Photog instead.
There are many UPS Sales folks that have company cars. All UPSF and SCS reps have company cars. Many Enterprise account managers have them too. They have the option of a car with minimum out of pocket expense or just being paid gas money.
Those are not UPS.
That is worse than saying a package car is a truck.
They are separate legal entities under the classification of subsidiary.
Photog, enterprise account managers are UPS. UPSF, no. SCS, maybe a technicality there. But I am UPS (35) years and I was told by a region manager that I was eligible for a vehicle if I wanted one.
I defer to personal experience.
I remember when Sales went on commission that it was also announced that there would be no cars for anyone.
My understanding is that it depends on the number of miles driven.
I remember when MIP was based on an actual formula (15% of profit). I remember when we were all partners, not just during UPSPAC time. I remember when all management got a pension. I remember when UPS mgmt did not have to pay for health care. Should I go on?. I'm guessing if they are allowing cars, then it is cheaper for UPS.
How about the ceo...does he get a person to drive him around if he wants to go out to lunch or something...
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