United States Postal Service-alkalmazotti értékelés erre a pozícióra: MHA
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First and foremost, you have to be thick skinned. The majority of management could care less about you. There are exceptions to the rule, but they are far and in between. At large city plants, night time shifts always get overtime announcements. There are a lot of people that do not work, and the ones that do, are ridden pretty hard with almost zero appreciation. I have only worked with three management members that are worth working hard for. The rest are just immature adults who are on a power trip. The work is rough on your body, but is easy enough. The money is incredible for how easy the work is. There are awesome people at the plant, but you have to be careful what you tell anyone. All in all, if you keep your head down and just work, its not a bad job.
90% of management, childish adults, poor organization
There is lots of overtime in Oshkosh since they were always really understaffed generally it was a hostile place to work
OverallMy experience working at United States Postal Service is terrible there is no work life balance and management has their favorites that get the easy jobs along with people who have seniority expect to be treated like complete garbage when working as an mha I recommend to stay far away from the Oshkosh p&DC
Run away fast!!! This company will put you in an early grave. Ever heard of "going postal"? Managers have/get no respect. Coworkers are messy. There is a lot of bad energy in that place.
The money is there if you want it.
You have to desperately want the money.
The United States Postal Service is a great place to work.I am absolutely comfortable there and appreciate my supervisors and Managers they treat me fairly.I love the Diversity of the company and my coworkers are a hard working bunch of people.
Large work areas
The cafeteria seriously needs an upgrade of the menu.
When you push in for work you automatically become a working slave for eight hours. You have to beg for a fifteen minute break and thirty minute lunch break. And don't think going home on time with a last fifteen minutes break at the end of the shift.
A check after two weeks.
This job is very beneficial and work friendly. You can learn a lot about the post office and make some good money in the process. The supervisors are extremely active and willing to help you learn and grow.
Opportunity to learn and grow in the company
Time spent away from family
I enjoyed my time there amazing learning experience I got to work with a great crew of misfits and it made my shift amazing on flats 1st shift team was awesome it sucked being move to other places or have to go to the ASF but other than that getting to leave at 230am was awesome just all around good times.
Pay, leave on time for the most part, crew
Managers, transfer to ASF, clicks that try to make your shift sucks (regulars)
I got hired for a MHA position, please read below.The hiring process took about 6 weeks from the time you apply online til you start orientation. Orientation is 3 days 1st 2 days are 9hrs on a zoom meeting, 3rd day is from 9-1. Then you start working that night. They never tell you this in orientation please read. The post office will work you 6 days a week appox 68-72hrs a week. You will work these hours until you become a career position, now please understand that could take 6 months to 2yrs. You will not have a work life balance, your life will be dedicated to the post office. Now understand if you do sacrifice your life to get that career spot once you do you drop down to 5 days a week 8hrs a day. I hope this works for you, if your a single parent like me this will not work for you. Best of luck hope this helps out.
Pension and health benefits
No work life balance
This job is horrid. They overwork you, expect you to accept that there will be no room for a personal life and that they can call you in and make you stay even after a 12 hour shift. You have to work 12 hours for 6-7 days. Sure, the benefits are good, but there are many more jobs out there so much better. The management ignores you unless they need you, and then they treat you like a child. Don’t work here, especially as an MHA. (Mail handler)
Long hours, over worked, no personal life, bad management
The USPS offers good pay and benefits but its very unorganized and very unprofessional.Management has a horrible way of communicating with the employees they yell at you constantly and never train you you only learn from making mistakes from watching your fellow coworkers. Alot of people resign from this place it has a very high turn over.Iam currently looking for another job.
The USPS is a national recognize name, but the work is very hard and we are very underpaid. I was told when you are turned over to career status things get better, but how long does someone have to wait until USPS feels the need to turn over?????
I applied, did interview and orientation. Management lie and promise about everything just so that the person accepts the job. I was told I was going to work a specific schedule (that worked for me), however, after orientation, I was given a complete different schedule I was not okay with because I was commuting one hour and a half from the facility. I spoke to various supervisors and I was told that schedule would only be for 2 weeks even after I said I couldn’t do it. The post master told me “welcome to the post office” with an arrogant attitude as if this is what always goes on and it’s nothing new. I resigned 4 days later. It just didn’t work to get up at 2am to be at work at 4am. It was a terrible experience. It was a waste of time and money. If you have a life, with this job, you WON’T.