It has been two years since UPS first offered part-timers

November 1997
Workforce;Nov97 Supplement Tools, Vol. 76, p3
Focuses on the announcement of the United Parcels Service (UPS) that it is extending the opportunity to purchase UPS stocks to all part-time employees with at least one year of service. Response of the UPS employees to the first phase of stock purchase opportunity; Information about the founding of UPS in 1907; Number of employees of the company.


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