This company will kill you at first, but you'll get used to it and as you do it gets easier. Your freedom will be taken away. Management will treat you like you are nobody. This job it is pretty stressful. I only did 3 months and left I couldn't take it.
working here is horrible if I would have known I would have never applied they over work you and are very unprofessional management is the worst and very unappreciative I would not recommend this job unless you have no life are in desperate need of money
Not a very good experience being a CCA. Managers don't care about your feeling. They just wanna see you killing your self working ONLY when you are a CCA. After becoming regular is totally different BUT becoming regular is really HARD
Bundle, label, and route sorted mail to designated areas, depending on destinations and according to established procedures and deadlines.Train new workers.Distribute incoming mail into the correct boxes or pigeonholes.
Very stressful. Stressful from the start. You go in happy and eager to work and as the years pass by along with being forced to change your craft and hours from day time to night, you tend to feel like a body instead of a human.
I had a great experience working here, it was more busy days then down time which i enjoyed since it kept me busy. I got a long well with everyone which made it a great environment. My day went by quick when we all worked as a team.
Deliver mail, to private houses, sometimes apartment buildings. Also, deliver packages, using scanner, to private houses, and sometimes, apartment buildings. Sometimes, ride in van, as a ride along, to help deliver packages.
The USPS provide job security, but a less desirable salary. The management of the USPS left a lot of room for improvement. Advancement came through friendships, rather than merit. The USPS does not open the door primarily, as indicated in its original vow; to hire veterans (first) returning from battle.
My typical day at the post office is getting mail ready to be delivered to customers in a timely fashion.This job thought me how to deal with timing and prioritizing the work in a fast past manner. In order to achieve this goal it required team work with my-self and co-workers.The most difficult part of being a letter carrier is dealing with weather condition, but the rewards that come with being a carrier is serving the general public.
I Start My Day By Preparing The Mail By Sorting According To It's Destination. Gather All The Parcels Then Proceed To Deliver The Contents Out In The Street. I Learned More About Human Behavior And Learned How To React Better Towards It. Management Is Fair. My Co-Workers Sometimes Work Well With Me You Have To Learn How To Multi-Task Your Assignment. The Most Enjoyable Part Of The Job Is Knowing That I Can Work In My Own Space.
Tough job, even tougher depending on how lousy the management are. No down time, parcel voluming increasing rapidly. As a cca you get one day off during the week and you typically work 10-12 hours a day.