United States Postal Service-alkalmazotti értékelés erre a pozícióra: Unloader
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Its a very busy place and also huge but its not as bad as others make it seem its actually pretty decent .
My review was always make the best out of all situations & most of the time if you get the work done fast , neatly & how its suppose to be then it really wouldn't be as hard .
Overall, the job is beneficial for those seeking benefits, or educational assistance such as myself, but it is very laborious. and fatiguing. Management is the cause of most problems because there is no set guidelines for managers to follow similar steps, they tend to do what they think is best and conflict with other supervisors, which ultimately means for the unloader is they're gonna keep getting moved around consistently.
The typical day is going into the trailer of a truck and unloading packages. Some packages being light as paper to almost 100lbs. Easiest part of the job is the routine of the job. The hardest part of the job was maintaining an average BPM (Box's Per Minute)
Love working at high rate speed , the employees where very great team players . Teach how to focus on low speed to high speed pressure. Working at the United States Postal Service also teaches you how to learn not only the position you were hired for but different levels of training good mind set in gratitude.
Half hour lunch
Extremely Fast Paced and made your back sore for how fast they want the trucks Unloaded. Not as many hours needed to make it a career. But it was early enough in the morning to where you could do another job.
Can do Multiple jobs with it
Not enough hours
Basically a high demand of work in the little time that your there. You don't get enough hours to make enough money to live on. The work conditions are the worst I've ever encountered.
Free shirts and food occasionally
Backbreaking work with little payoff.
IF you like long hours in the morning and being blamed for stuff that is not your fault, then go ahead and work there. If you like to work hand in hand with the teemsters union, which is killing industry in this country, then go ahead and apply as well. If you enjoy unrealistic goals, as well as management tying your hands from the get go of shift, then by all means apply and prepare to be miserable.
cheap (relatively) healthcare
you get what you pay for
My typical day at work was I come in and stretch before I start , then empty a dozen trucks full of boxes. The management was supportive , they often tell jokes and kept a smile on my face. The hardest part of the job was lifting the heavy boxes. At this job, I felt like I was working out at the gym everyday.
I thoroughly enjoyed working at UPS. it was a very worthwhile experience. The supervisors were very kind and supplementary, and were a great help to me throughout my duration working there
good pay, good hours, worked well with my school schedule
I enjoyed the short time I worked for the USPS distribution center. Off-loading trucks was a way of stress relief, it was tiring and physically exhausting but was good for the mind. Low stress environment except for when things got busy but even that wasn't much.
It was long hours of separating boxes by zip codes into their crates. I learned many zip codes and different counties. The manager was always around to assist you. I had many co-workers we really didn't talk much except on break. The hardest part was some boxes looked light when they weren't. The most enjoyable part was the money and I got to listen to music and be by myself at times.
long hours, heavy lifting, not really anyone to talk to
money, music, kept me busy during winter