United States Postal Service cég munkavállalói értékelései a Mail Carrier állásra itt: Tampa, FL
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Tampa, FL22 értékelés
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The work itself is challenging but not overwhelming, however management is is why the turnover rate is high. Do not expect a set schedule. Do expect to be called several times demanding you to come in on scheduled days off. You will work every sunday or be fired. No benefits, no sick leave. $18.29 an hour is great pay, but I left to start my own business so that I can have more control of my life and get out of the toxic environment.
Undesired place to work if you have a station manager whos main goal is to cause chaos. Its alot of work with not enough pay. Most coworkers are ok but alot of them are immature and will turn around and stab you in the back
I've worked at about 10 different USPS stations/locations between NY and FL and they were ALL the same. Horrible, corrupt and selfish management. The workload is ridiculous for the amount of time they want you to complete it. Co-workers are your only friends there, and that's IF theyre friendly depending on where you're stationed. If a station manager or supervisor really doesnt like you, they will work magic and spontaneously tell you to start reporting to a different location. They do not care at all how far or inconvenient the location is for you. You: "How long am I going to be at this location?" Supervisor: "I don't know". Working through natural disasters is normal and you are expected to still finish your workload in the RIDICULOUS amount of time they give you in horrible weather conditions. The only good thing about working for USPS is they pay and the benefits to some extent. With your 2-year probationary period you are constantly reminded of how worthless you are and how easy you are to let go as an employee. I've been verbally abused by management multiple times with no type of disciplinary action taken against any member of management. They are untouchable. Routes are long, mail is heavy, most delivery vehicles have NO air conditioning(just a small fan that blows hot air), and the union that is supposed to represent you and defend your job are more on management's side. You ask for help from the UNION PRESIDENT, and you shall receive nothing. My mental health has gone at an all-time low thanks to USPS. I would never recommend anyone to work here.
Great middle class job Pace yourself Dont let stress become a factor Its a career...get your 30 years Take advantage of all the perks Stay in the union Be a worker and a goid co worker
Weather...micro managed re adjusted mail routes
I found the training to be inadequate to work as a mail carrier in a complicated street environment like Tampa, Florida. Management and supervisors had little interest is orienting new employees to this environment. At times, supervisors were rude, impatient and not supportive.
Salary and benefits were good
Hostile work environment
I've worked for the P O for almost 21 yrs n love it. My co workers as great I love my route which include customer service. I'm always checking my elderly customer to make sure they r ok.
Working out door whch i love.
No A/C in my postal truck.
The job is not bad and the benefits are great and you get a lot of discounts. The passing is fast so you can finish on time and if someone is behind you can help. Is a lot of team work and another area is the customer the majority of them are really nice.
Good work environment
Work even if is raining
A typical day at the postal office was great. It was fast-past, and constant. We worked as a team in handling mail and shipping it to the required location for processing. At time it was hard, But I focus on the need for me being there, I needed the money so what was hard did not matter because the need out wade the stress. So a typical day was a job that was well done and leaving at the end of the day made me feel great because I know that all the people mail got where they needed to go. Ruth
be safe, drive safe, and never reverse. Always ask questions if you don't know what's going on. make sure to drink water and carry your dog spray because they will bite you if your not aware of your surroundings.
Working for the USPS can be a great place. You just have to remember that you are there to work and advance. Management can be a little rough some times but you have to see things from there point of view as well. There are tons of great people at the USPS, but there are, like in every, company a few bad apples. Just keep doing your job well and try to work with them as best you can.
Lots of room to advance
Very long and irregular hours
Your day began with sorting the mail and packages to be delivered as to make the day faster and easier. Management wasn't very friendly/patient and spoke to employees in a harsh and demeaning manor. Co-workers were friendly and helpful with new people as new help was needed. Everyone loved their paychecks, but hated the work environment. Hardest part was the job was the intimidation brought on by management of losing your job for any mistakes and the hurry hurry attitude that causes mistakes, while under the heading of "safety first." The most enjoyable part of the job was the wonderful people you meet on your route, everyone loves the mailman. And the sense of accomplishment at the end of a long hard day of work, when you left the office with a truck packed to the top, and returned with it empty.
A sence of pride for the job, pay.
Management, not being appreciated
The job was as good as the management. Management was in a constant state of tension with the labor force. The Old carrier were stuck in their ways and refused to change and the unions at times made it difficult for themselves. I am sad to say that the exterior facade covered many problems and issues that still exist today. Perhaps that is why they struggle to be a viable organization.
I have experienced what sweat-shop work is like on the federal/civilian level,and believe me,NO WAY!!!!
the veteran friendship, that a person (fellow veteran) develops while employeed by the postal services.
this job is not, the place that i'd want to spend the better part of any of my life at.