The post office claims they are against bullying and treating employees bad but even if you report something they don't look into it. We have had a supervisor sleeping with employees, we have team leads that give special treatment to the people they like and jobs where they don't have to do anything. The team lead is worthless and just stands in one spot all night. They hire employees that can't perform the functions of the job and then complain that they are supposed to do it. Half the place is on FMLA and don't do anything, or call in all the time. As a contract employee, it's very difficult to stay positive in this setting. The people that are never there, on FMLA, get to keep their jobs while you work 10-12 hours a night to make up for those that call in for 6-8 months at a time. You want to work for the government, I would find a different place to start. Or start at an actual post office location, and not the distribution center.