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My favorite place to work. Was sad when I learned of the facility's closing. Beginning with excellent and thorough training, the organization continuously encouraged improvement by providing positive incentives and feedback.
Friendly co-workers. Lots of OT in December.
Required to work some holidays.
My first manager told me to focus only on quality/accuracy and to purposely slow down my speed as all she cared about was the quality. I was doing fine with both but she wanted to make sure the quality stayed above the threshhold as my probation progressed. Well, I followed her directions and slowed down to focus on accuracy. I went up to 100% accuracy and was acknowledged for it week after week which felt great. Then a week before my probation ended she transferred to another location and my new manager fired me for my speed being too low.
Work independently, Great pay, Great benefits
Management, Lack of communication, Poor training
When you're hired they tell you exactly what's expected of you and what's going to get you fired, number one being attendance. Missing work or being late is "unacceptable" and doctor/hospital notes won't excuse it. Supervisors can work with you, but it really depends on the supervisor and whether they feel like it. Pay and benefits are really good for a job where you're just sitting and typing. If you just show up when you're supposed to and do the work productively it's great. Just don't get sick for any extended period.
A typical government operation. Too many layers of management. Employees overpaid for the skills needed to perform the work. Most employees at this location were contract and not permanent.
Overpaid for the skill level needed.
If you want to be treated like a slave this is a great opportunity for you. They don’t care if you’re sick or if someone in your family is sick. They treat you like a piece of garbage, absolutely terrible work environment.
Management, training, work environment, constant overtime without any notice, poor sanitation, never have enough Clorox wipes, dirty people, literally everything.
I liked working for the postal encoding center in Riverside I worked nights, so I had my daytime to be with my kids. They set you down in front of a computer to code unforwardable mail. There was two week training in modules that you had to pass in order to be hired. The reason I was let go after 9 months, my productivity was .5 below the national average.
Some of the management were micro managing. The last manager would say she'd check on something but never did. Id say management was the biggest hindrance but there were some good ones. I worked 5 years as a Transitional employee before I became a career in order to enjoy the benefits they offered.
Good pay, benefits if a career
USPS was a good company to work for, however i was expecting a professional work environment instead it was the opposite. many people didn't shower, they showed up in their pajamas and were very unprofessional in the language they chose.
Difficult to balance work and family. Work hours ranged from 8-12 hours a day, 5 to 7 days a week. Benefits are excellent. Once you become a career employee, the job becomes more family friendly and manageable.
The work you do is easy and you get to listen to music/podcasts/books all day. You don't ever talk to your supervisor unless you need something from them which isn't often. You will be hired on as a temporary employee and it takes an undetermined number of years before they will convert you to career status.
Stress Free, you get to have your headphones in all day.
Lack of communication from management
Working over here was one of my greatest work experiences that I have ever had. The workplace was friendly, dynamic and the wages were satisfactory. My issue was that I was here by contract and it was terminated as it was expired.
Had to do everything on a timely basis which was fine with me but had some folks there who were lazy and did not want to work as a team. excellent pay and benefit package. a lot of lifting. need to be in good physical condition to do this job. a lot of noisy machinery but I did learn a lot about the mail flow and how it affects the public
good pay and benefits
very physical if you aren't used to it