I felt better proud to deliver the u.s. mai. Through rain snow sleet and wind. I had a mountain route and was able to deliver in any weather conditions. And made sure the elderly were okay. I made lifing long friends. I met my fiancee on that route. I lost a couple of front bumper too because of icy conditions. I can change a tire in 8 minutes. I can down shift to save brakes. Watch for on coming traffic on curves
I could not get a straight answer as to how to continue my employment with USPS. There was only 2 supervisors that I would consider worthy and mature enough to hold this position. I had one supervisor that yelled at the top of her lungs HEY all the time and often times right in my ear. Seasonal Employees were not allowed to sit down at all unless it was our lunch or break. One supervisor that I was old enough to be her mother acted as if she considered it a personal challenge to make my night miserable and to make me quit. But, through pure determination, I did not let her win. There was over 40 people that stated the same day as I did and I was told that only 8 of the group made it until 1-3-20 and I was one of them.
Learning an Industry I have never done before.
Mail is not handeled appropiatly, people were treated in a horrible non inclusive manner, supervisors need more training on how to treat employees to maintain and get the most of an employee, more appreciation and less arguing.