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What would you suggest United States Postal Service management do to prevent others from leaving for this reason?

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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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Respect for the human being is essential for a coexistence between people. In jobs, positions are the chain of command, but it does not give the right to make the one with the least position feel bad. Leaders give instructions with respect, cooperate and help their team and have employees willing to give the extra mile without any problem.

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Give your RCA's, CCA's and other part timers who want to work more hours, more hours. Additionally continued training on routes should be mandatory for RCA/CCA. Mandate RCA/CCA work each route they cover once per month to keep familiarity with it. This will help cut down on accidents as carriers will be less rushed and therefore less stressed and can focus on safety first which should always be the #1 top concern for employees, managers and the USPS.

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Hire more people annd make it less hard on people who are working there in general for a few years. Honestly it’s hard to get people in to the post office because of lack of technology I remember applying thinking am I doing this right. They wanted to only email me what I needed to do next then I needed a certain type of computer to do certain things because my phone wasn’t going to work. I would get scared and have to go to the library most of the time to make deadlines..... If anything we need to up grade. Old videos druning orientation. I mean that really almost scared me away and now I’ve worked longer then 9 months. The worst is how they treat new people and go about about hiring.

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With any physically demanding job you will have those who quit. While this job can be frustrating for those who are in a non career position it pays off to stick with it. Ive been thoroughly explained the position at each interview i have been to. Im not sure that theres much the post office can do for those who just generally dont like the job once they start.

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Remove managers who: require people to ignore Dr. Mandated shoes, under pay and under schedule (audit showed money owed), get on radio and shreik, "GET TO WORK", (when she looks like Mrs. Claus)so carriers are flipping them off with both hands.

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Don't keep people in the cca position for more than 2 years. It's long enough.

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Everybody deserve to be respected for each from Management and up communication is the key twerking in any post office in any environment at the job communication getting along with your peers pay should be better in extending the casuals of the Christmas help contract if they're good worker

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Treat them with respect!!!'

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The best way to keep RCAs from quitting in their first year at the post office is to give them training on every route in the office. The training period for RCAs should be 6 months long and in those 6 months the new hire should be able to carry each route at least twice with special focus on their #1 route. They should work at least 4 days a week and twice a week they need to carry their #1 route and the other 2 days they carry a different route. The post office training system is a freaking joke. They do not prepare people for the massive amount of work that they will do on a daily basis. Nor do they teach techniques to effectively deal with the heavy influx of AMAZON packages that they have to deal with on the daily. THE POSTAL SERVICE TRAINING METHODS NEED TO BE TOTALLY REVISED IN ORDER TO KEEP PEOPLE FROM QUITTING IN THEIR FIRST YEAR. I still work as a RCA but my first 6 months working for them was miserable and discouraging.

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