United States Postal Service cég munkavállalói értékelései a Mail Handler állásra itt: Columbus, OH
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By far the most rascist towards minorities you will ever be apart of. Poor management. The black managers kiss up to the Caucasian ones by allowing the younger Caucasian workers to do how they please while minorities get yelled at ran around like modern day slaves. They lie to you about codes regulations etc just so they can fire you. They do not provide any safety gear other than gloves no eye protection nor mask for fumes dust etc etc the managers woman and men show favoritism to whoever will sleep with them i would not recommend anyone working here
I disliked working here because they could care less about your home life. They work you 12+ hours a day 6+ days a week. If you’re a casual they’ll call you in on your off day if they want. Constant standing and lifting
Long hours, management
Very poor management! In one case, I called the sick leave 800 number, received a confirmation number. A supervisor, not even my own supervisor went into the computer and removed my confirmation number and charged me AWOL. Most of the employees were great, however, management was terrible!
It is a very demanding job you put in a lot of hours and have no outside life so it feels to me and alot of people. The money is good but you are at the bottem of the barrel coming in the postoffice everything is seniority based. It can become real stressful especially having to work every holiday.
Break every 2 hrs. Good pay.
Not getting recognition from management.
As a floor supervisor for the USPS Flats Sequencing System (FSS), I arrive earlier than my employees and program the FSS's machines for the zip code zones of the mail we will be sorting that day. I then prepare for a service talk that I will give employees that day. If Headquarters’ or the district hasn't issued a mandated talk, I will prepare a local service talk based either upon safety issues or news of note. I'm responsible for coordinating the arrival and sorting of mail, and it's dispatching. I always learn something new each day, if it’s not a new nuance of the FSS, its new idea about how to do things better the next day and that is satisfying to me. FSS management is directly on the floor, but as far as upper management (which controls floor supervision) is at a distance. The workplace culture changes day to day, depending upon the moods and personalities of the craft employees. The hardest part of the job is meeting demanding schedules often with few employees. The most enjoyable part of the job is when we work together as a team to get the mail out on time!
Excellent pay, especially for overtime.
The job is physically demanding and often has long hours.
If the mail is going through and nobody is getting injured, management could care less. Also I'm pretty sure HR lives on another planet as they swore up and down during orientation that they didn't ship things with lithium ion batteries in them. Well guess what they ship if you cut a deal with them? Cellphones with lithium ion batteries in them.
You could take your breaks whenever you felt like when the time came. Also got to listen to music
Clueless management, seeing how the suasage is made, people getting away with standing around and talking and not working due to lack of supervision.
Clock in, start my forklift to load and unload trucks from dock, talk with Supervisor if needed, not really hard, get along with everyone, clock out..
I worked the night shift 10pm-6:30am. I learned a lot about how the mail gets out to the customers everyday and how hard of a job everyone has to do to insure the mail is delivered. Good management involvement. Great teamwork from the employees. Sometimes staying awake was hard, but if your able to do the lifting and standing all night great job to have. Very physical.
overall the people that were not in management positions were a pleasure to work with. Few have become like family to me. Management could use serious training on how to approach people better or find another career.
people not in management are pleasant to work with.
management treated casuals like they were not people, really the morale in that aspect was not impressive.
Using the Forklift to transport mail throughout the plant. Processing incoming mail and getting it staged for transport.
Great pay, good benefits
Long hours, No flexibility