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SUPER toxic work environment. Management is unstable and work ethic is lacking. Especially from superiors.
Very bad company to work for. I currently work at USPS and It’s very stressful they never approve days off and when they do it’s all even more stressful due to lack of employees to cover for that day. Carriers are highly favored, though they still have their bumps in the road with the company. But the clerks are basically everyone’s lackey and you must work around everyone else’s work ethic and pick up after them. you’ll also be in the frontlines when there is an issue with mail and not the carrier, when it obviously isn’t the clerks fault, it’s the carriers fault. They tend to look at the 1% of mistakes that you might make even if it’s from lack of training on their part which happens way more than it should(though it shouldn’t even happen at all). No compensation for excellent work just yearly raises, no praise or morale boosters for their employees. They’ll make up their own rules on the fly so that the employee could be at fault or never relay the rule to employees and still blame you. The lack of brainpower in this company is outstanding. I honestly don’t know how mail gets where it needs to go as much as it does, because it’s a mystery to me. Also you start off as a part timer and don’t get full benefits, days off or a decent schedule. You don’t convert overtime to a full time employee, you only will get converted if another employee moves up, transfers, leaves or gets fired. Even after that, another full time employee has a shot at taking that position before you’ll be considered. They also try to entrap their employees with outlandish techniques to “ensure” you’re doing - több...
The hardest part of the day is handling the heavy volumes of mail and parcels on time. It is nice to get out on the street and deliver if the weather is good. Management is not helpful most of the time and most of the work is piled on top of the carriers and clerks.
short breaks/long days/ heavy packages and trays
I loved the benefits and the job. I just couldn't get enough hours. It's a good job and not complicated. As long as politics is not involved it's an amazing work place with a lot of opportunities for the future.
In this company it's a government job so u have to get drug test but it's a get job cuz ppl work together to get job done in they give u a lot of overtime in u work every holiday so Now days off in they make sure they teach u new things while u are employed with them
Great job in can teach u alot
They give u three breaks I don't need breaks
Everything is based on seniority, including advancement opportunities. Working hard and doing the right thing doesn't seem to take precedence over your seniority level. Education, productivity and due diligence doesn't seem to matter in this environment which can lead to discouragement.
I would start around 7:30 am and complete a route. deliver mail and packages. I learned how to make routes easier to complete a day, depending on amount of mail and redirecting the route to my advantage. management isn't as bad they just barley work with yow. co workers tend to help with no problem i feel everyone helps one another. the hardest part of the job for me is dealing with the weather. you just have to be prepared at all times. the most enjoyable part is working with my co workers they encourage you daily.
take break when you want, lots of over time
weather, heavy packages
Clock in a 6.00 am fill cart with water. We had certain rooms that we cleaned everyday. From Taking bedding from bed and wiping down beds to remaking them. We also would dust these rooms and sweep and mop behind and underneath everything in the room. In all rooms we would clean toilets and clean sinks. Make sure the paper towels were full, and toilet paper full and glove boxes full and restock everything that needed filled. In afternoon after residence were done eating there lunch we would sweep and mop dinning room. Buff the dinning room floor once a week. What I learned. Manage my time and get my job done as quickly and efficiently as possible.My co-workers. There was three of us co-workers and we all took turns working varies days we worked well together, left notes for each other if we needed to get something done and time did not allow for us to get it done.Hardest past of the job. Watching a residence past away and the family members grieving. Most enjoyable past of the job. Talking with the residence about there life and families.
Enjoyed talking with the residences and there company.
Was hard to get beds cleaned and remade and rooms cleaned.