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The PO used to be a job that people wanted and Due to the testing, quality people were hired. Now any jo shmo, with no work ethics, sense of urgency or hard working are hired. They think there entitled, they are lazy so they go into management. I’m 58 worked at a few different offices and now taking an early retirement, like a lot of my great coworkers are doing .. It would now be a better place to work if it went public It may as well, the union is weak.....
Every joint in your body hurts!
The Postal Service has good pay and decent benefits. The culture within, however is horrible. You have managers and supervisors who are totally useless and try to use intimidation to get what they want. The problem is, is that the Post Office will let anyone who wants to be a supervisor, supervise, whether they are qualified or not. You might be pushing a broom this week, and a supervisor next week.You have people being put into high paying jobs who have no skills at all. It's disorganized and can be dangerous. I'd say only apply to USPS as a last resort. If you can get your money somewhere else, do that. Had I known how it really was, I would have gone with a different government agency.
I was initially excited to work at the post office since both my mom and dad worked at various locations up north for many years, even meeting each other at one. But then the West Palm Beach facility seems to patch up growing problems with duct tape, metaphorically and literally. Some buildings are contaminated with mold and asbestos, some employees are caught leaving work amen coming back off the clock, but if they’re liked by management, those end up being the employees who’s get promoted. Basically don’t do anything to challenge management and do everything they tell you to in order to advance. Whether legal or not.
Favoritism, Job Shortages, Management
I continued my employment for only a short period of time as a Equipment mechanic. The type of work was comfortable to attain. I didn't like the 90 mile drive one way to the plant which made my decision to go back to CSMS later that same year.
All the hours one could work
Travel distance to job
I was hired in the maintenance section of the Postal Service. There were a lot of changes and technological updates starting at the time I was there. At the time, it was definitely NOT run like a private business, while some things were done efficiently, others were not. That was decades ago and I am sure they have had to improve on a lot of things in order to compete with the private delivery companies.
I retired from USPS in 2019 after 33 years. 21 in MA and the last 11 years in FL. Working for USPS can be the easiest or hardiest job you can imagine. Avoid being a Letter Carrier at all costs unless its your only path to get hired. Immediately seek to change Crafts to either Maintenance or Mail Handler ASAP! If your a Veteran, apply for a Custodial position. $60K @ year for pushing a broom with zero stress. Unlimited overtime. Can easily make 100K a year in most locations. Poor management as promotions are given to laziest employees who wave their hands the highest. 13 days Sick Leave a year which you (can't) use without risking disciplinary action taken unless you are covered by FMLA. 5 weeks vacation after 15 years. Best health and dental benefits, same as Congress has. Matching contributions to 401K. Where else can you average 60K a year with no skills and education? Come to work, do not get injured, be semi-suppordinant, and you are the perfect employee. Leave your brains at home. They are only looking for a body with a strong back and a weak mind.
Job Security, Benefits, Pay
Working for idiots with idiots.
Excellent place to work.The benefits outweigh most employers.The earn vacation days are well deserved.The experience you gain will last a life time.The diversity of the work force makes it an excellent place to work.
An industry that provides one of the greatest services on the planet. It can be a very demanding job and also not family friendly. There are good benefits a very good salary structure. Report to work on a continuous basis and it's basically your job to lose. There may also be room for upward mobility.
Good career job, benefits and salary structure. Union protected jobs.
Stressful environment, no character requirements.
I have worked in several different positions during my time with the U. S. Postal Service, for the most part, I feel as though my true calling has not been met during my entire time with the company. A typical day for me is to call our suppliers, and vendors to either get costs for parts and supplies, or to place orders and make purchases. I receipt for parts, issue parts, submit work orders, enter data. The hardest part of the job is to deal with the disparity of treatment from some of the supervisors and my manager. The most enjoyable part of the job is continuing the true friendships that I have made there, thus far.
Health benefits, Salary, potential for advancement
Politics, unfair treatment of the lower level employee, Favoritism; nepotism.
There would be Employee's that had been there for years just abusing the system and then protected by the union. They would hide in small rooms will the new employees that had no union backing did all the work.
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