United States Postal Service-alkalmazotti értékelés erre a pozícióra: Office Automation Clerk
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To start I was a temporary employee for one year and could only work 2 six month terms. Luckily the civil service test opened a few months after . It took about 6 months before I was called to go for physical. I was hired at the post office at the age of 40. As a career employee I had 20 years in when I retired. That job offered me a good wage, a pension and health insurance. I was blessed to get the job. I give 100% in everything I do no matter what my age is.
good wages. good benefits
Mandatory overtime over holidays of 10 to 12 hours a day. Some bad supervisors at times.
The only way to become a career employee at the USPS is by taking the battery/Civil service exam. Then your interviewed in order based by that score. You then are hired probationally for 90 days. If you pass everything benefits and pay are great. You can work as a temp but you will receive no benefits or same salary as regular employees
Pay and benefits
Nights, weekends, holidays indefinitely.
DO NOT waste your time with these disgusting humans. The post office will harass and mistreat you every single chance they get and will get away with it. There's a reason why the post office coined the phrased "going postal". They breed a culture of absolute hate. Racism is their culture and they openly promote it. Disgusting deplorables human beings. Save yourself and don't work for them if you are anything other than black. They only care about "black lives".
Everything. Hateful disgusting people
The night shift: 1) help the evening shift finish and dispatch their mail 2) set up for the surrounding area and city mail 3) sort the surrounding area mail and dispatch it 4) sort the city mail and dispatch it 5) clean up the area and start sorting the standard mail for the next day. Go home as every one else is going to work. Hardest part of the job: dealing with irritating people to get the job done. Most enjoyable part: vacation
working nights, holidays
Distribute mail and parcels in a timely manner. Analyze and solve problems. Conduct safely meetings "OSHA". Work efficiently and safely under fast paces environment. Strong Customer Service skills.
The money was good, but it was a bit stressful at times. Long work hours and hars work. Benefits were great id you were a full time employee.
The hours were long and the job very demanding. Seniority was your best friend. It could at times be a stressful environment. This was mainly because of the employees. If you go to work, stay to yourself and do your job, you will be fine.
Stressful, long hours
There is always overtime since I’m considered a PSE (postal support employee) so basically it’s loke being a temp. No work-life balance you have to fight with management just to get time off when we work 6 days a week
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Challenging environment to work in. Tasks would involve both data entry at a computer terminal and special assignment of projects with management. The best part of the job was being a federal employee along with the benefits and flexibility in work hours and days off.
General diversity, workplace culture, ability to apply initiative within the work environment.
The PO pays excellent benefits and a decent salary for PT/FT workers. In all honesty you couldn't find a better paying job and possess no real tangible skills either.
shift time is unstable!
Hozzászólás – 2018, február 3.
a good job for younger people starting off with no tangible skills or trade. the big draw back is the working hours are not your typical 9-5. I worked there for 25 years and 15 of them on the 3rd shift. the hours were not your normal 3 shifts because the plant reduced it to just two shifts with no day shift. I had a perfectly nice day job for 10 straight years and ended my career on a lousy 8pm to 7am (6 days a week) tour.
While working here you have no life outside. Personal matters don't matter at all. Life, health, kids ect. They pay you well but you have no set schedule starting off as a pse. You can go in and only work 4 hours or you could go in and work 12 everyday for 3-4 weeks without a day off.
Enjoyed working for the postal service. Met alot of different people and learned different strategies. A great learning experience. A company that you can move to higher positions.
Good money, friendly employees
part time only