No Life, No say, No Union working for RCAs, we are their bargaining chips
My personal issues, not the same for others......In NYS, not nyc.... Working for the USPS seemed elusive years back, but one day I happened across their really outdated website/application process and saw CAREER OPPORTUNITIES and applied. It took 2 months I accepted the position in hopes I would get my foot in the door. Heads up: THE ONLY WAY, THE ONLY WAY TO GET A FULL-TIME CAREER POSITION AS A RURAL CARRIER IS IF SOMEONE RETIRES (which can take years and years), GOES OUT ON DISABILITY OR THEY HAPPEN TO CREATE A NEW ROUTE AND YOU ARE IN LINE FOR IT!!! You are hired as a substitute (fill-in) to cover days off, call outs, vacations.....you have to be available every day and cannot have another job. Usually in small offices you are assigned to only 1 carrier whose route you will cover.....that is where you may truly only get 1 day a week...absurd.....until Christmas. But in a fairly large office, with many routes, you do not get assigned to 1 carrier, you are scheduled as needed, where needed.....I fortunately have never worked less then 4 days a week, thank God, usually 5, and lately 6. Heads up: Christmas can be up to 72 hours a WEEK for about 3 weeks (530am start time). Parcel delivery on Sundays and holidays were not into play when I first started but the last few years my office became an Amazon hub, we deliver on Sundays and holidays. This year they decided on Thanksgiving we had to run parcels. Usually Thanksgiving and Christmas and New Years Day were “safe” definite HOLIDAYS for carriers. Note: There is no differtial pay for Sunday’s and Holidays, and they manipulate your - több... Hasznos volt ez az értékelés?