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Great pay and benefits, Job Security, Opportunity for advancement, but Horrible Management & ZERO work/life balance.
Great pay and benefits, tons of opportunity for advancement, but horrible management & ZERO work/life balance. Great job for someone who doesn’t mind living at work, doesn’t have children, or much of a life outside of work. Definitely not an easy job. Postal workers work their tails off. I like my job itself but other factors make it miserable. Even though I get paid time off and medical insurance as part of my benefits, it’s impossible to get approved leave or time off to even go to the doctor because the Post Office is chronically understaffed and short handed which is not something that’s going to change. That’s just the post office for you. They are cheap and try to cut corners as much as possible. The hiring and training process was incredibly long.. took 3-4 months from applying to my first day of work. I got very little hours to begin with, now I have too many. Your satisfaction with this job depends largely on where you work and who your Postmaster is. A smaller office with a great Postmaster is wonderful. Larger offices with horrible management are absolutely miserable. Pay is good but still barely worth it because one person is expected to handle the workload of 3. I was hired on as a career employee (part time with benefits which is almost unheard of) and advanced to Full Time before I was employeed a year (definitely unheard of) but I know others who waited over 20 years to become full time. Most part time workers will still work full time hours and tons of overtime, especially around the holidays. I work hard and I absolutely LOVE most of my customers but overall - több...
Great Pay & Benefits for career employees, Ample opportunity or advancement for those who desire it. Excellent job security.
Horrible work/life balance, Mostly bad management, Workload overbearing a large portion of the time, Extremely strenuous work and awful for aggravating injuries or back issues, most co-workers have horrible attitudes because they all hate their jobs, Co-workers call out of work a lot leaving you to do your already heavy workload and theirs too.
The post office is a good company to work for very accessible to move up. Independent and team work positions available. Good hours and understanding staff.
Long breaks team building
Long hours during holidays
This is a horrible place to work. They treat you like a machine. You work six days a week which includes every Saturday and Sunday. You get one work day off each week but it can change from week to week so you can't plan anything. When you request time off, it is denied, which forces you to call in sick when you need a day off. Furthermore it is a very physical job. You have to carry a lot of heavy packages and you are on your feet 10 to 13 miles a day. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone.
Too many hours and only one day off a week
They focus so much on the speed of tasks that the quality of the outcome is poor all around. They won’t tell you to throw packages (for liability reasons) but pressure you into it for the sake of making deliveries on time.
You’re treated less than human
Each day I know what is expected of me but I will also do more tasks as needed. I have learned a lot from this experience and have had the opportunity to take courses on safety and legal issues. I have met and worked for several Post Masters that have been great to work for and very supportive. Workplace culture is good. The hardest part of the job is keeping up with all the changes of procedures and reports that sometimes change daily. The most enjoyable part is being able to help customers and know that they are satisfied and understand more about what we do and how we can help.
non career positions
I had a very bad experience with getting paid correctly and the mgr at that time who made the error did nothing but cover himself. I was in training for 40 hrs was listed as AWOL when mgr realized what he had done I was only paid for 20 hrs and after his rudeness and trying to belittle me I walked out. The Union was of no help.
I enjoyed working with customers
They change mgrs too much
Well my ratings were based off my job currently I'm sure the post office still has it's issues from when I was there last time so I wouldn't be surprised by them either just saying.
With my job currently just job security
People here are only out for themselves
I'm retired from the Postal Service and I loved my job because I interacted with customers who came to pick up their mail, certified, express and business reply mail in Caller Service. The supervisors were terrible. Always picked on the workers and wouldn't say anything to people goofing off - which were plenty. Couldn't manage very well at all and that is what I disliked about my job the most. It's a sad place to work because some people don't care of how to handle the mail.
For example. We have 3 career clerks that call out once a week or leaves at lunch and doesn't come back. 1 pse that calls out or leaves early once a week. 1 career clerk that sit in an office all day playing games or on the phone and is never made to come out and help. All the work gets put on just a couple of people. Hours are 10 a day 6 days a week leaving no time for family.
For this to be a government job I’m speechless. It’s dirty! Management is a joke. They gossip tell ppl your business and it’s absolutely no growth!! Working at this place has changed me as a person!
The benefits are good if you can tough it out to make regular, however that’s a long process, and you don’t get benefits right off the bat. When you are just starting you get some incentives but not many
Poor management, treated less than human, managers lie