They would have me and few other people come in at start and we work four/five hours or if they say "We won't take away your thirty minutes". Then I will just work ten hours straight. Then a thirty minute break and after break we work for the rest of the night until the mail is gone. I learned how to process mail, process PRS, work in AIR, and do the - more ... paperwork for the transfer trucks. The culture is pretty bad. The hardest part about the job is working in AIR. Getting the paycheck at the end of every week. - less
ProsIf you did a good job and pushed out the mail out sometimes we got free pizza.
ConsThe yearly raise and also doing more work than others and not getting paid more.