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This job isn't for everybody due to the brutal work conditions, fast paced environments and unpredictable work schedules.
The regulars acted like spoiled princesses. They didn't feel like coming in they called out and the subs would have to fill in as well as doing their own route. It didn't matter if you knew the route or not you had to do it. No disciplinary actions towards this behavior. Subs treated like dirt. They FORCED YOU to go to another post office to do a route you never been on and you get NO HELP.
If you knew the route it wasn't a hard job
Managers don't care about subs
This job gave me such bad anxiety in the beginning because I let them get in my head about hurrying up. Then reality hit and I thought no, it’s just mail. My experience with management has been great so far. My manager has been very helpful! I’m just struggling with the workload and longevity of this actual position. There’s a lot of heavy lifting, standing, walking, baking in the hot sun, and don't forget time restraints put on you. Is this good for long term? I’m sure the repetitive motions and everything else will start to wear on the body eventually... Overall I’ve enjoyed the pay the most.
Helpful teammates because they’ve all been through what new employees are going through.
No work life balance, None career employee until 2+ years, On the road for hours no bathroom, Heavy workload daily especially after holiday, Rude customers waiting on mail
It's not the worst job I've ever had but they don't keep you informed about a lot of things and you don't know until the last minute. Management doesn't seem to know what they are doing and wait til it's too late to make decisions. Co-workers are mostly decent, but there is a lot of consistent back stabbing. I'm somewhere in the middle with this job, they don't hire seasonal help and stick you with a lot of extra things to do, for the most part I am indifferent about it.
Management isn't all bad, but you never hear, hey good job.
As an RCA, you either work too little or too much. Hard work and dedication is rewarded with harder work and abuse
CultureCollaboration with my colleagues at United States Postal Service is like a sinking ship. Everyone is out to help themselves and watch the rest of us burn.
You get hired on as a "temp" more or less and told of all the great benefits you will get once you make career (full time) yet it takes years to get to this point. During your stent as a "temp" you get almost no benefits, just straight pay and are worked to death. literally. you essentially have no rights, and can almost be fired at will. Most management is horrible and have no idea how to do your job, yet they tell you how you should be doing it. Inept & stupid rules & policies that hamper you from doing your job efficiently. Money is good, but it's a lot of BS to put up with for it.
high hourly pay, great benefits once you make career
long days, physical work, bad management
Work-life balanceWork-life balance at United States Postal Service is, By time you leave work you do not have a personal life, your are to tired and exhausted. With all the political mail you can work 11 hours on you only get paid for 8Pay & benefitsMy pay and benefits at United States Postal Service are, noneJob security and advancementIn terms of job security at United States Postal Service, I think, I want to guarantee one day a weekCultureCollaboration with my colleagues at United States Postal Service is, greatOverallMy experience working at United States Postal Service, Terrible I felt like a slave
The managerment needs an overall. Carriers are working past their capabilities and yet management still expects more.
Work-life balanceWork-life balance at United States Postal Service is non existent.Pay & benefitsMy pay and benefits at United States Postal Service are fair.Job security and advancementIn terms of job security at United States Postal Service, I think that once you get set into a carrying position it is a secure job.
The Postmaster at my office was degrading and little to no help and training was basically following a rural carrier then thrown into the job with no more help with expectations of a carrier being on the job 3 months to a year.
Organization is basically a high cliche bullys and little help to succeed.
This is a great place to work but must be willing to be available any day. The pay is good but when you can't ever plan anything its not worth it. My co-workers are all great very helpful.
Expect you to drop anything to work 4 hours.
It's a hard job. Harder than you may expect. When our place is understaffed, it's not uncommon to work 6 days in a row. That being said, you're not the only one doing it. Everyone will work hard, work a ton of days, and support each other.I value my time there but you really do live at work. It's pretty common, especially starting out, to work over 10-12 hours.If you only care about pay, this is the right job for you.
Very independent job. When you finish your route, you can be done. Team building.
You live at work.
Too much asked of carriers. Almost as if they don't know what direction the company is going. Regular mail, magazines, Express mail, certified letters, and TONS of Amazon. Pay structure is horrible. They pay you for 7 hours even if you work 10. All about route evaluations, and hurrying hurrying hurrying. You can take a lunch but expect to get finished when it's dark outside if you choose to take one.
Work-life balanceThis place wants to make your job your life. They ask you to come in on days off. They will call you and text you with questions while you’re on vacation.Pay & benefitsDon’t get me wrong, for only needing a high school education and a driver’s license, the pay is good. It is extremely difficult to read your pay-check to see if you’ve been short changed because of how complicated it is. Also part of being paid is keeping up with tons of paperwork in addition to the other thousands of responsibilities you have. Overtime is actually easier to make as a part timer than a full time employee, and it is almost exclusively given out during Christmas time.Job security and advancementJob Security: You can be completely incompetent, as long as you don’t steal or throw the mail in the garbage or get arrested. Only those extremes will get you terminated. As far as advancement, yes you can become management, but I wouldn’t call that a step up. A carrier leaves once they complete their route. Management leaves once all the carriers get back. Lots of slow and incompetent carriers equals bringing a sleeping bag and toothbrush to the office.ManagementUseless. The most common answer you will get to any question you might have for them is I don’t know. Some micromanage, some just sit at their desk all day. All of them love to use the intercom. They like to be heard, they just don’t have any answers.CultureIt’s best to treat this place like prison. Keep a low profile and keep to yourself. I do have co workers who are also very close friends, but for the most part the - több...
I have been here for 3 years and it has had its ups and downs but overall it's a fun place to work. Management can be iffy at times just do your job and go home
Good benefits when you are career
Very hard work and management dont care