PLENTY PEOPLE QUIT AFTER THEIR FIRST DAY! I WAS PREGNANT AND LUCKILY THE GUY MANAGERS WERE NICE TO GIVE ME MANY BREAKS, BUT THE FEMALE MANAGERS ARE POWER CRAZY AND YOU WILL PROBABLY HAVE ISSUES WITH THEM MORE. IM NOT SURE IF WHAT THEYRE DOING IS EVEN LEGAL BUT IF YOU DONT CHALLENGE IT THEY WILL HAVE YOU WORKING 14 HOURS A DAY OR MORE. IN YOUR INTERVIEW THEY WILL SAY MINIMUM 10 HOURS AND MAXIMUM 12, BUT ONCE YOU GET TO YOUR LOCATION THEY HAVE THEIR OWN RULES. UNDERSTAND THAT YOU DO NOT HAVE ANY RIGHTS AT ALL!!! You will be USED and TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF! They dont care about you because you are temporary! There is nobody you can complain to (your not in the union), they would rather just let you go, being 100% honest. You will be lifting heavy boxes and pushing heavy huge carts from one side of the building to the other. (if your placed in the warehouse)... you will be sorting mail or lifting boxes and a couple other easy things if your at an actual station.. If you dont have a life or kids or if you just really need the money then this is the perfect job for you. I would work there again only to make some fast money for the 6 weeks.
early hours in the morning sometimes starting at one am would be the hardest part but then you would meet the truck bring the parcels in and distribute them to the right routes then after completing the parcels then you would do the P.O box session putting the mail for the right customers in the box.
Meet lots of great people on the route and build relationships, great for networking. Management very crooked and goes against policy, union reps are also corrupt. Pay has been inaccurate more times than I can count, no digital system, pay is tracked on paper and they have taken hours off purposely and have tried to cover it up. Different people held to different standards. The harder you work the more you have to pick up others slack and you're lucky if the pay is correct