PSE Careers and Employment
PSE in Marlborough, MA
on October 5, 2019
good place to work
Got experience working in post office ,the management were good but you have to full time before you get benefit. A lot of overtime during christmas and after vacation
Pse in Springfield, IL
on November 4, 2020
Bad job wouldn’t recommend slave you , have no days with family mandatory overtime, management talks to you any way , lots of gossip and lies . Great pay but isn’t worth it
Preschool Teacher in Southlake, TX
on June 29, 2020
I can say after a whole year of working here that this particular child care center isn't for everyone. Management does nothing to help you. They don't deal with the children who may need a little help, so a lot of the time you feel overwhelmed. No support for their employees, no benefits, $12 an hour and it is privately owned. There are only 2 PSE schools ran by mother and daughter. Everything is used against you and the minute you stand up to management about something you are reprimanded. If your a mom with limited options, good place to work only for the free tuition while working there. Also, they definitely do not fit the racial demographic that most jobs do.
Former PSE in Jacksonville, FL
on May 8, 2020
There may be 1 manager out of 10 that are concerned and will work with you. Everyone else is cut throat including the workers. There are cliques and you trust noone. Workers and managers are evil and jealous if you have a decent background and have other income besides the Post Office. Too much nepotism. Spouses working under spouses. Workers who like overtime gossip with managers and lie on newly employed workers so managers can try and get you in trouble. It is depressing and unhealthy. turn on you.
Postal Support Employee in California
on January 21, 2020
It was alright
Received packages, assisted on delivering packages in the different routes associated with each usps carrier. Worked over time and long hours that was not me. Didn’t like attitude towards other employees and didn’t like how dirty and messy it was working in a wear house.
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