Munkavállalói értékelés – United States Postal Service
Job security but low pay with slow raise in high cost of living areas
Everyday at work no matter what craft you work or pay location at the post office there is always plenty of work to be done and pressure to get it done in a timely manner. They rely a lot on employees being there more than any other thing, there is very little to no flexibity. I feel like its a good job for order people, singles without children and those who do not have a lot of hobbies, obligations, and responsibilities outside of work. But if your a student, have another job you work, a parent of younger children, or a care taker to someone older or ill in your household this is not the company you should be working for. I learned a lot about mailing, postal procedures, and the history and service that USPS provides that sort of make you feel a sense of purpose in your job and how you serve the country. But I have also been learning that the Postal Service is fighting to keep up with todays technological advancements, the decline in sales and use of first class mail and and trying to keep up with services and the expectations that are promised to customers. USPS is always hiring, because there is always a high turnover rate for CCAs (Mailman) and the Clerk craft (processing or SSDA clerk) conversation time from being a PSE (Postal Service Employee/non-career) to Full-time regular career employee is long with most people not staying long enough to become regular. So their always hiring for addition help but that additional help don’t last for long especially if your in need of the benefits offered to regular employees now. Management is very stressed (resulting to - több...
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Job security, many different assignments within craft careers, jobs beyond operation jobs available, and opportunities for relocation
Understaffed at times, long conversion wait time, low wages if you live in a COLA area and no offers little to no flexibility with work schedule
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