United States Postal Service-alkalmazotti értékelés itt: Columbus, OH
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You work hard but pace yourself management is horrible and most employers are as well try your best trust no one Stay in the union you get moved everywhere no pay for the travel and they don’t care about your life
Gave me the opportunity to advance my career. Well structured and worth my efforts. Work days consisted of training supervisors and managers to understand Union Contracts. Settling grievances with five different unions. Representing the USPS in Labor Relations dealing with contract disputes as well as Arbitration.
Very good earning potential
Too much driving.
Location is a fast pace environment that is about getting the job done efficiently, but treats employee's in a unprofessional manner while seeking to keep retention of employees.
its basically boot camp. i was walking 10+ miles a day carrying over 50 lbs at most times and packages as well in all weather conditions. i was attacked by a dog. sprained my ankle while in my probationary period which led to my termination even though i continued to work on it.
The mail moves 24 hours a day. Different departments work together to submit a proper product to the different areas to service the customers. From transportation to delivery and from the Post Master General to the Custodian, Keeping in mind from your customers to your customers.
When working for USPS you are basically getting paid to work out. You are paid to be outside, walk or drive miles on end. You can have numerous customer interactions or none at all. The job is great end game career.
Yearly Raises, All the benefits
Dealing with bad weather
My time at UPS as a driver helper was great all i had to do was scan items occasionally and deliver packages to doorsteps the drivers were always very welcoming not one bad bone as far as i know. Pretty light work and great pay 15/hr. Management went by the area for driver helpers and they were great as well always calling to ask you whether youd be available to work or not (because you could pretty much make your own hours i mean its your loss on money if you dont go in that day). i was offered a position as a handler and the drivers constantly reminded me that becoming a driver would be great as well so theres always room for advancement. There was absolutely nothing hard about the job other that maybe the weight of the packages but you definitely learn very quickly how to correctly carry things to take some of the weigh off. Highly advise at least applying for driver helper although it is seasonal.
Very poor management! In one case, I called the sick leave 800 number, received a confirmation number. A supervisor, not even my own supervisor went into the computer and removed my confirmation number and charged me AWOL. Most of the employees were great, however, management was terrible!
This would be a great place to work if the company treated the employees better. There is a high turn over and transfer rate! Be ready to work, even on your days off! They will call! The supervisors do not care about family matters. That is your business, not theirs. Come to work or get fired. Make sure that you do not get into an accident in your 90 day probation period or expect to look for a job elsewhere. Who delivers the mail when they run out of people to hire?
Retirement package, health coverage, pay.
Too many hours, Stressful, Poor management, Too many expectations, Does not care that you have family
In one sentence. Best thing that happened to me was the day I retired. I had a good run while it lasted. The Postal Service is on its downward decline. Big part of it is of the untrained and unprofessional management.
A decent pay check. Work is not bad
Stressful to work in an environment that will never improve
This job is like cake work, but isn't for everyone. Ran by egos who aren't qualified to be in a position to manage others. One almost has to be a real life super hero to make it.
holding down a route for an extended amount of time
hostile work environment