This place is great to work at if you're someone with no kids. If you do have them it's hard to balance life . Strenuous work and long days. On the good side it makes life go by faster and has great potential for long term employment.
They might think about adding air conditioning to their fleet. It's 2019. Furthermore they should probably not hold their meetings like its a Gulag Archipegalo. Also, a more open communication structure between management and employees would behoove them.
The Post Office was a great place to work if you don't have to worry about money when your first starting. Reason being is because starting off your hours are determined based on your ranking amongst the other employees you work with and that determines how much hours they give you. You could work 50+ plus hours one week, and then barely make 20 hours the following week or even less. I highly recommend working here anyone who has the time to wait to get their own route because the benefits are excellent and the money is a decent survivable wage. But you have to wait for others to retire or quit in order to move up.
TO do the job as a letter carrier is fun and past paced. You get to know the customers and family members by name. Stress comes for poor management, attempting to make you do a job pace for 10 hours in 8 hour shift.
During my work day I would come into the warehouse and check my emails while setting the schedule for my list of tasks for the day. It is a very relaxed work environment and the management treats its employees like adults without much supervision.
I came on after having a couple weeks of training. It is a lot harder to do than they trainers mention. You get thrown into different routes without knowing anything about them. You have many stops to do and drop offs and pick ups to do in a time frame of a little over 2 hours.
Got to get some excerise and be out in the public
No lunch breaks within the time managment schedule they give