What Backing Up has to do with Our Corporate Safety Culture

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What Backing Up has to do with Our Corporate Safety Culture

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Friday, March 1, 2013 - 10:00am


A company’s culture can show itself in unique ways. At some companies, you’ll see it in how people talk, or dress, or start a meeting. If you ever visit a UPS facility, even our corporate headquarters, the first place you’ll get a glimpse of the culture is out in the parking lot.

When you first drive in, something may seem a little off. At first, you can’t quite figure out what it is. And then…. It hits you. Look closely at the picture above. Do you see it?

That’s right – many of the cars are backed – not nosed – into the spaces. Why? It’s a cultural thing.

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