If you are looking to be developed and move up, this is a great place to be. If you work hard and apply yourself, most members of the management team will search you out and provide you with fantastic opportunities to learn and grow.
Monitor operation for any error concerning budget dispatches maintenance and transportation
Employee schedule time keeping inventory of the mail solving problem for issue regarding network & transportation
This is absolutely the most horrible place to work. Completely play by their own rules. Nothing is in writing so whatever they want to be wrong or right is their rules. Everyone who works there is completely unhappy and no one knows there position well. Non working team environment. and this is all management
If you are looking to be a problem solver in this company forget about it. The favortism is so high here that nothing gets done correctly. Money is wasted by poor management decisions, they run the good supervisors away and make the hard working employees work harder while the slackers hide and do not get disciplined.
Busy, fast past, opportunity for upper mobility. good benefits. Flexibility. a Great place to work. worked there for 38 years.
i loved my jobs Good Opportunity for growth within the Facility.
Disclipine is given for poor performance and attented issues. a process is in place and employees have a union to fight for them.
overall great place to grow and have a career.
I worked for the Postal Service for 31 years. I started as a city letter carrier in 1987. I retired in September of 2018. I have received great training opportunities. Postal Service was a good company to work for.
This job has excellent benefits that allow employees to live a productive. Safety has remained a main focus at the USPS. The time that I've worked at the Post Office they have allowed me to pursue my education.
The most enjoyable part of the job is know that we've processed millions of packages and letters all over the world. Reaching individuals that all over the world.
What I learned most from working at the USPS is teamwork. Everyone has to work together in order to get the mail to the next level. A typical day at work for me is processing over 1 million pieces of mail ensuring the trucks are all dispatched out of the facility on time to meet its destination.The hardest part of the job would be not getting the mail down stream to allow the carriers to deliver on time.
There is a disconnect with USPS and all supervisory roles. There is little to no incentives provided, and for frontline supervisors, there is difference of $3,000 between that step and a clerk. For the work put in, there is equal compensation.
Working for the USPS enabled me, as a single mother, to raise my children alone. There are myriad opportunities to diversify within the organization, and to advance your career. Their work/life balance has room for improvement.
The guidance and mentoring of employees perusing their goals in employee engagement, safety and team work. each employee brings a great and different knowledge base to the department is resulting in positive performance.
I feel that I have had a really good career with the Post Office and have moved through the ranks from road driver to the Acting Manager of the tractor trailer operations. I oversee 6 shift Supervisors and 114 drivers.