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
mail handling mail sorting. preparing mail for mail carriers city wide distribution.Loads, unloads, and moves bulk mail and performs other duties incidental to the movement and processing of mail. This occupation code is to be used pursuant to the provision of Article 7.1. C of the USPS and the National Postal Mail Handlers
Pick up incoming mail, including new stock check in new stock stock after turning on the computer Enter new stock into inventory pick out orders that we would do for the day and any emergency orders input into computer, print reports, pull stock for orders and fill orders package and send out to each office that we would do that day.
fast moving, lose track of time
no time to mess around
there was no predictable work schedule. one could be forced to work 8 to 12 hours without an advanced notice. keep you being temp. for years without any significant benefits.
Good pay, Unionized
very stressfull, long, ungodly and unpredictable hours.
During my time at the United States Postal Service, I loved that I was able to be out by myself outside servicing the community with what they looked forward to every day providing good quality customer service and helping people every day.
Long hours and had to work every weekend, and does not help with child care.
Management currently is not the best. The job is hard on the body and challenging to some mentally. I did not find it challenging mentally. The pace and physical requirements would be the hardest part for most employees. The employees for the most part get along fine and enjoy each other. The job pays well and has good benefits, I left because I was eligible to retire and could afford to. 39 years ago it was a very good job. Now its average at best.
Pay and benefits.
Mind numbing hard physical job.
The post office (as a rural carrier) pays well, and works you death, which is good if you need the money. And if you can make it through the associate phase and are able to go career makes for a great career. But in my office, I'm #10 on the list, and the #1 guy has been waiting 8yrs, that's a long time to go without benefits. Not to mention I work 7 (amazon sunday and holidays) days a week, and that's even if i'm not scheduled (you HAVE to be available by phone whenever they need you). So if you can put up with an unorganized, poorly managed, rude (co-workers and management) work environment (and you're poorly trained), to drive/walk in rain, sleet, or snow, through bad traffic (school, rush hour, construction, etc), to deal with rude customers for 8-10hrs a day, everyday, then give it a try.
It is a very demanding job you put in a lot of hours and have no outside life so it feels to me and alot of people. The money is good but you are at the bottem of the barrel coming in the postoffice everything is seniority based. It can become real stressful especially having to work every holiday.
Break every 2 hrs. Good pay.
Not getting recognition from management.
The supervisors have unrealistic expectations and often treat employees poorly. The training is minimal. You can be fired for nearly anything. You don't get a weekly schedule, expect to work 10-12 hour days with not knowing you day off until the day before. The pay checks are good, but you will have no life. The conversion rate to regular is very slow.
scheduled day-to-day, bad managers, unrealistic expectations, poor training
As a floor supervisor for the USPS Flats Sequencing System (FSS), I arrive earlier than my employees and program the FSS's machines for the zip code zones of the mail we will be sorting that day. I then prepare for a service talk that I will give employees that day. If Headquarters’ or the district hasn't issued a mandated talk, I will prepare a local service talk based either upon safety issues or news of note. I'm responsible for coordinating the arrival and sorting of mail, and it's dispatching. I always learn something new each day, if it’s not a new nuance of the FSS, its new idea about how to do things better the next day and that is satisfying to me. FSS management is directly on the floor, but as far as upper management (which controls floor supervision) is at a distance. The workplace culture changes day to day, depending upon the moods and personalities of the craft employees. The hardest part of the job is meeting demanding schedules often with few employees. The most enjoyable part of the job is when we work together as a team to get the mail out on time!
Excellent pay, especially for overtime.
The job is physically demanding and often has long hours.
Never a down moment. Opportunities to work in every area of mail processing and for advancement as a floor supervisor and even in training new employees.
Great pay, benefits.
Could work any shift assigned dependent on job assignment.