United States Postal Service-alkalmazotti értékelés itt: Birmingham, AL
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The pay is good but as a CCA you get the majority of the work load and the benefits or not that great until you become a career employee. Don’t do this job as a single mother with no help with you kids because they don’t care! You don’t have a say so in the amount of work you get and sometimes they give you too much and expect you to finish at a certain time. It’s way more stressful then people think. I was an expecting mother and they still wanted me to carry a work load as if the didn’t care. In result my baby was born two months early. Now i did enjoy my time working there most of the times just don’t go think it’s going to be easy. If you don’t like to walk or be hot this isn’t the job for you and please my single moms/ dads if you don’t have help with your kids / some one to watch them or pick them up for school or daycare don’t sign up!
Pay, being in your own space
Dogs.being a CCA, Work load, working in the weather
This job has great benefits once you become regular but that could take years. I've worked at The post office for many years and my hours fluctuate. I may work one day a week for weeks at a time. At times I may work 6 days a week for weeks. Be mindful of your lifestyle before putting it all into the post office.
Plant Operations is definitely where the money is especially for Mail Processing Clerks(PSEs) and Mail Handlers(MHAs). However, management suffer with interpersonal/professional skills. You would have to be head strong and have your own personal career agenda. Currently a worker for the Birmingham Annex facility. Currently seeking a better opportunity within the USPS. Overall great company to work for.
Great place to work and easy job. Depends on different departments Friendly staff and coworkers. Understanding and communication . It’s not easy to get position at postal service . Meet cool people who like to work as team and get it done.
Very busy, productive, manageable. I learned how our mail is being sent out. the work place is great. I also learned they have more than one mail sorting warehouse one is the annex and one is the main building. They also have a Christmas annex where their casuals help out with packages for the holidays.
The post office has clicks and if you don’t fit in you don’t get in. I have been with the company over 5 years has been working in a promotion for 4 years. Has yet to receive one. I’m good enough to detail as a supervisor but not good enough for the job permanently. I should have filed so many eeo’s but I didn’t because I’m a firm believer that God revenge is much sweeter than mine. They promoted people over me that
This was the worst experience I've ever had in my life. Hours are NOT flexible, your life isn't yours anymore, you are forced to work overnight, management have their favorites (the ones that are screwing them.) DONT DO IT! 12 hour shifts, 7 days a week and all major holidays are included. Go for it if you think it's a joke. It will take 4 or more years to become a regular.
The most abusive workplace I’ve ever experienced. Violent behavior, drugs being used and smuggled, loud sirens going off constantly in the warehouse, chaotic, dirty and full of black dust. It was a nightmare. I was bullied by both management and coworkers. I would tell anyone to RUN from a job in the postal service and never look back.
I held many positions and roles over my tenure of employment. I enjoy the jobs I've held. No career advancement and positions was contract. I liked working alone or in a team environment. I enjoyed the outdoors and freedom working alone. Stress at times while learning new routes and casing duties. Not given enough time to learn how to case a specific route. I would recommend this company to younger adults, as a first or new job.
Contract job, no permanent positions
I enjoyed the work and the challenge very much. I am an ex military officer and am very familiar with the reguirement to excell. I was able to work as a manager for a while until I required surgery on my thyroid.
Challenge and chance to excell and advance.
Regimented and a great many computer meetings.75000
There were opportunities to cross train and advance. However, there was a lot of personal bias. If a manager like a particular individual, they would help that person. If a manager did not like a particular individual, they would black ball them.
Great pay and benefits
Stressful, cutthroat, lack of work/life balance.