United States Postal Service-alkalmazotti értékelés itt: Shreveport, LA
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Its a double edged sword working for the post office. It's great to get out of the office but the weather, dogs, upset customers, and stress of management trying to get blood from a stone is more than many people are able to handle.
A typical day is long and dragged out for no reason other then because they can. The hardest part is working 60 days a week, 10 hour day. Mainly because i don't get to see my family.
Money is great.
hours are HORRIBLE
It was very interesting...learning about the mail, some managers rode you, others were alright as long as you got the job done, we were able to play dominoes when we were finish with our job. Co-workers,....learned to just work and be friendly, people will be people. Lifting ALL that heavy mail was the hardest. What I enjoyed was making that paycheck, learning the different functions that the mail goes through to get to us.
Great benefits !!
Once you get injured, they pretty much kick you to the curb, instead of having a little compassion.
Just a large business where you do your job and try to fit in. nothing glamorus but a good paying position for a person right out of the military.
a safe and reliable position. a lot of changes over 50 years, I was a dedicated and loyal employee. fast pace. worked with many employees at a time. some positions worked alone.
good pay and benefits.
not many cons as my 53 years service will attest.
Processed incoming and outgoing mail adhering to procedures. Assisted in delivering outgoing mail to post office and other facilities. Operated all the office machinery normally used in mailing office. Administered to be kept informed of current postal regulations and alternate shipping methods. Managed to maintain primary contact with local postal representatives. Managed inventory system and coordinating with other areas as needed for outgoing mailings. Managed workflow during peak and low seasons with the goal of leveling work load year round. Processed checks and record FedEX package in a timely manner. Handled undeliverable mail and Re-addressed. Performed functions of other mail clerk during their absence.
If you plan on working as a PSE, you will not have a life (and they will tell you this). Granted, they start you off decent, but not all money is good money. Seniority runs everything, so if you have a Station Manager or Supervisor who have sucky skills and bullies, there is really nothing you can do about. If you report it to the union (if you join), they take notes and if you complain too much, they will dismiss you. The hours can be split and expect to be everyone's foot stool. There is currently not an accurate job description for PSEs and much of management will abuse their PSEs and end up losing them because they can't explain why mail isn't getting out fast enough. If you get a career position, hold on for dear life, if not, cut your loses and run! This company is a sinking Titantic and the life boats are full of seniority and upper management.
No benefits for a year, contracts, long work hours, low wage overtime, bullying, inconsiderate union, no breaks (you wont have time)
I just come to work do what i need to do a go home unless they want me to stay to help out. Learned how to work on just about every machine there. My supervisor was cool but made sure we got the job done. I would make alone most of the time but when i did work with people it made work even funner. 12 hour shifts, 6 days a week made it a little hard to have an outside life but I was one of the few they let work in the morning so i could work early and leave and do what i wanted to do that night.
two 15 min breaks and a 30 min break
working outside for 8 hours and no work benfits
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