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I sometimes have to question if management have a goal with assigned tasks, decision are always last minute and appears as not planned.Hurry up and wait mentality and rush to get assigned task done, this causes mistakes and rework to get corrected, task are not defined clearly and you are not involved in the designed process
You have to pay for parking if you drive to work
The good thing that stood out about my employment at the Postal Service is that the organization had good benefits and pay that help me to support my family. During the last 10 years or more of my career, the part that I would say was bad, more management development, training and how to use management techniques to reinforce USPS policies. I believe this would change and build a consistent working relationship between management and employees. Most importantly hire qualified individuals with knowledgeable, professional skills and dedicated mind set that enhance the Postal Service.
Recognize Outstanding Employees More!
This is the worst company for which I've not had the pleasure to work. They lack a sense of "team" because they operate as a "Just do as I say-plantation" culture instead of everyone having an input. They're very subjective in their hiring and merit practices, and they seem to only hire friends regardless of qualifications. The environment has a sense of oppression and there is only an upward mobility track for those preferred. The salary increases are pretty much reserved for the PMG and managers. All of these factors make this a horrible place to have to spend eight hours.
After working in the private sector 12 years, USPS was quite an experience. I worked in several positions including temporary. In the beginning, there was a very supportive environment but even then I noticed there were a good amount of slackers and people just in it for the paycheck. I left after 12 years. Reason: Cronyism
Top executives are all former Operations people so they aren't 100% in tune with sales strategies and development. Trending positively though. No commission or bonus plan.
Unless you have worked with the USPS for at least 15/20 years, don't apply to anything at HQs, outsiders are not trusted or excepted. Lots of folks in position that they are not qualified for, but they do have 20 years with the USPS. and we wonder why they are losing a Billion dollars or more a miss a lot of delivery deadlines.
it is a standard 8.5 hour day. There is occasional weekend work. The workload is not too much but can grow quickly and feel overwhelming on occasion. There are many opportunities to meet other government agencies and collaborate with them.
The main bulk of spaces are in DC.
It can be a blessing or a curse based on where you work in the post office. The worst time is becoming a permanent full time employee. Sometimes its quick other times it takes yrs. That's a huge problem for retirement because your time doesn't count until your permanent. And management treats you rough during that time as well.
New to the workforce and gave no one to question my availability and work ethic. Learned what I didn't know and found it interesting to work on. When working in a warehouse, it's a lot of work but acknowledging how mail is being scanned and processed, it takes team work and organization.
I earned a good salary worked good sometimes long hours , worked with a lot good friendly people management respected you , had to lift heavy packages sometimes
Earned a pay and work good hours
Work long hours
Upon starting there was NEVER anyone to train me. The work environment was horrible. The commute was almost two hours each way and expensive because I used VRE and Metro.
I did not enjoy being a CCA because they are not appreciated. Working for this company is draining. The managers take advantage of the fact that being a CCA means you’re essentially the “help”. However it should never be to the point where the managers are working you barely giving you a day off.