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Respect people and acknowledge them for their hard work. Give regular break reliefs and staffed better, people running machines by their self, that is uncalled for.. Poor management!

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I was a PSE Clerk, left my job, because it was physically hard for me to lift heavy boxes and move equipment around, very long shifts. Was expected to work every single holiday and every weekend-Saturday and Sunday.

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Very technical, somethings had nothing to do with my position. Be prepared, a lot of memorization
Library has a book to study.

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That will depend greatly on the office in which you apply. I work only when the regular on my route is off because we are currently full of subs.

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I just got hired for CCA and hoping they give me that 40+ 7. The more the better for me.

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Don’t mean nothing...being trying to get in for years pass test and everything
They pick who they want family and friends

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Not enough hos in the backyard ;))))))))

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No vacation if you are not a career employee.

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Pre hire means excalty what it says shortly after you should be called in for an interveiw after that your status should change from pre hire to offer phrase shortly after that few days go by they just to keep you in the knowing so they put selection list then send you an offer asking do you accept of decline the offer you applied for

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Currently I am in the same boat. I accepted conditional offer, did drug test and gave consent for background check and nothing hear yet. But some candidate I know had interview with me, they already started work!
One thing I did, I accepted job offer from one location and did that drug test for that location, while that drug test and background check was processing I got another job offer from location close by my address and I accepted that offer and which automatically canceled my previous job offer. So i am not sure if i did make mistake or not by accepting 2nd job offer.

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