United States Postal Service-alkalmazotti értékelés itt: Shreveport, LA
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The employees hired to get past their 90 day probation period but never get wrote up afterward for their poor performance so when their contract is up for their position they get brought back instead of being released. The union president sets a bad example for all the employees by not following the rules or instructions given to her by supervisors.
lack of caring for their employees
Loved working with others and getting to meet new people. Hardest part of the job for me was getting used to working in the heat during the summer. Management was always available to talk to about anything. Overall really nice job and environment, can be a little dangerous depending on the neighborhood you are in.
Have held several positions from management to carrying mail. the hardest part of the job is dealing with several different personalities. The beat part of the job is being outside enjoying the fresh air delivering to great people.
Long work hours. Poor management. Good workers are over worked and slackers aren't held accountable!
Unfair and unjust. Poor management. Long work hours. Slave drivers!!!! I hate this job but need the money. If I had known then when I resigned from my last job, I would not have ever came here. No time for family and friends.
The USPS has changed alot. Most of the seasoned workers have retired. Young workers not really caring how the work is done. It was at one time a fun place to work. Some of management need to retire or go to class to learn how to talk to employees. Let workers do their job and stop trying to micro manage
Vacation and sick time, benefits
30 min lunches, mgmt
you start out process the mail than your are move to sort damage mail than your moved to put mail according to address or zip code . your job vary from hour to hour.
your job vary from hour to hour
No room for advancement unless your a friend or family, no work life balance esp during December. You never know what time your going to get off. You walk your route for six hours then if someone calls in sick (happens almost daily) you then have to walk a additional 2 hours of their route
The job is easy to do no matter your job title: mail handler, clerk, custodian, or management. The starting pay is about $13 per hour, you can join the union for your career craft, and a lot of overtime. Management isn't the best and tend to show favoritism towards some over others. The work environment can be a little like high school but when someone is faced with a life changing event then everyone will rally for support. Best advice: get to work on time, do your job, and keep your business to yourself.
Great pay and excellent benefits
As a mail processing clerk, you can expect to be assigned to either a mid shift or the overnight (graveyard) shift with two days off during the week. Since the Post Office is completely automated, a clerk can expect to be on their feet moving around the entire shift. Each machine as two clerks working in a rotation ( a SWEEPER and a LOADER), and the rotation is every 30 minutes. You will be expected to lift at least 70 pounds, and the mail trays/tubs contain mail that can weigh that much or less. The position is very physical and requires a lot of stamina.
Good pay and health/retirement benefits
30 minute lunches, 10 minute breaks and mandatory overtime when you start (Part-time regular/Career appointment)
Enjoyed working for the postal service. Met alot of different people and learned different strategies. A great learning experience. A company that you can move to higher positions.
Good money, friendly employees
part time only
I enjoyed working at the Postt Office but being a temporary worker is was too much work and not enough pay for a casual temporary worker. Some parts of the work I enjoyed such as putting mail in P O Boxes and checkingg the rural carriers in at the end of the day..
too stressful for a temporary position