Don’t apply if you’re not good enough
I was repeatedly told this job wasn’t right for me instead of being encouraged to do better. Which worked out because I’m not pressed to make being a mail man a career. Kudos to those who do. You must memorize paper maps of neighborhoods you’ve never been without your phone or GPS in a short time or they will fire you. The truck you’ll be driving has no air conditioning and breaks down all the time which is very dangerous. They encourage you to not take a lunch. They make you do certain routes that CCAs are not supposed to do, forcing you to speak with the shop steward. It’s by seniority so you’ll be there for years before you actually get a good route. They don’t care about your religious preferences or practices. You have to move very fast and do anything they say without questions asked. I would not recommend USPS to anyone. And I’ll be surprised if the USPS stays afloat after another 10 years when all of their seniors leave or die and they have to hire young people who they don’t accommodate. It’s a new age and a new generation. If they want to bring in hardworking people, treat them like they are worth it.
No lunch, rude coworkers, hours, pay
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