Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by christian c, Sep 19, 2009.
just curious- what is a an average salary for a full time sup? or a center manager?
Full Time Supervisor - a million dollars
Center Manager - a million billion dollars
Division Manager - a million billion gazillion dollars
Center Manager: $80,000
On Road Sup: around $40,000
Plus stock and bonuses.
EDIT: Questions and answers like the above is why I started the "16" phenomenon.
I always thought a center mgr. made a bazillion dollars
I was told by an ex-division manager that they use a formula.
Hourly Rate x 45 x 4 = monthly salary
example would be $30 x 45 = $1350 x 4 = $5400/month
$5400 x 12 = $64800/year + stock and Christmas bonus
I thought they got paid in Banana's.
Someone who works at UPS above me just told me:
OnRoad sup after 1 yr = ~ $60,000
center manager = ~ $90,000
plus 1/2 month bonus in December
plus Stock award (MIP) =
Sup = $8,000
center manager - $16,000
1/2 of the MIP is deferred for 5 yrs
Most do it simply out of the love for the job and to benefit their fellow man.
Also management pays for their insurance, so you would have to deduct for that.
Full time drivers make more per hour.
No wonder center manager's show so much disdain for the rank and file UPS driver. Drivers make more money than they do!! LOL.
Personally, I think a center manager should make more than that, if that is indeed accurate.
Driver supervisors don't make enough. I know for a fact that I make more money than each of my driver sups. That is a shame. It makes sense in that it's not a productive position. They don't pay for themselves. And driver sups are in their positions because they can't handle the physical torment any longer.
And the fact that they are physically unable to deliver packages anymore...
your formula is pretty close. keep in mind that there have been a lot of changes to their benefits in last year.
- raises were stopped last year
- 401k match was stopped last year
- stock options were stopped last year
- half month bonus in december was stopped last year
- and the kicker is that they already have to pay for their insurance plans. starting jan 2010, insurance program will drastically change and will cost employees A LOT more
their salaries, less everything taken away or costing more, puts them in the negative from an income perspective.
BWAHAHAHHHAAAHHHAHHAA!!!!!!! Stop my stomach hurts.
Someone found our divisional manager is on around £80k a year so $140k-$150k
Not exactly correct but the gist is right ... thanks for making my first post I read today so depressing. Are you sure your username isn't ImFelixAndISuck.
I'm going to go and stick glass in the soles of my shoes to make it complete.
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