United States Postal Service-alkalmazotti értékelés itt: Akron, OH
Akron, OH37 értékelés
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When first hired was not told that i was not a regular employee, not told that my life had to be put on hold because they force you to work 12 hrs a day 6 days a week and always threatening you if you don't work them until you get hired in and then you work harder then the clerks and the clerks get payed more then mail handlers for doing less work. Management is terrible and always threatening people with writing people up, they try and tell you how to do your job when they have never done your job, managers that get into fights in plants just get moved to other buildings and keep there jobs and get promoted in some cases to Plant Managers or Acting Plant Managers even with a zero tolerance policy but if the same thing happens with a regular worker and they immediately try firing you and put you out of the building. just not a good place to work for, until the post office turns itself around and they quit running it like its part of the military and run it like a regular business, i don't see any big changes happening any time soon.
I did not enjoy working there at all there was no help with training they just put you on a route with a map and said go for it. Your fellow carriers were in such a hurry to get in and out they acted as if you were invisible. Some days I would get there at 5:00am and leave at 7:30pm. The money was good but no time to enjoy.
Long hours to start
Going into the job you would think that it is easy. This is not the case, you have to take in to consideration miles of walking and being subject to the elements day in and day out. As well as dogs, accidents, people in general, and safety hazards all over.
When I first got this job I was pretty excited seeing as though how hard and how long it takes to get in there. Classroom training was about a week or so lo g and was very informative yet boring. But then afterwards then send you to your home station and you do on thr job training from then on. The first day was rough and just consisted of following a regular employee around on their route and she was "training me" showing the how's of the job. When it came to me getting my own route to carry, which was 3 days later, I still felt like I didn't know anything. Management is terrible and lack basic communication skills and pretty much think you're supposed to run to finish on time and that's not how we're supposed to do according to in class training. The hours you work are bogus, because you'll ONLY get paid for the time you're actually delivering mail and not the time you get to your station in the am or three time you leave finishing up station work. The supposed "schedule" I saw online was 8am to 4pm but that was also bogus, you won't know your schedule until you come in and then get ready to leave that same day. You don't accrue any retirement, benefits, or vacation etc until after your first 90 days and they'll work you like a dog with a 3-4 hour shift and then throw out 2-3 hours in mandatory OT. CCAs are treated like trash and there's no guarantee that you'll make regular unless your station is big and has a bunch of routes available or you'll have to wait until someone gets sick, retires, dies, or quit and it could take you anywhere from 2-6 years to actually make regular. - több...
Not knowing schedule, waiting to long to become regular, treament of the CCAs, management, and misleading job application
The management had a difficult task due to the reduction in force. and completing the task with fewer workers. The co-workers were excellent in assisting and training of new employees. The hardest part of the job was the learning curve was 30 days instead of 90 days. The most enjoyable was the appreciation of the customers. I learned that United Postal Service is an excellent opportunity,because the benefits are outstanding and advancement throughout the United States.
Short learning curve
Pro Paid every two weeks. 40 hours a week plus OT. Con Management can be clueless and bullies. $0 hrs. is going to be closer to 50-60 hrs. Moving fast gets you more unnecessary work. Slow down and you get chewed out about how "slow" your going. Finally. Don't expect to get much time off or have a life.
Decent pay, Hours
Management, Hours, Weather
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