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My original manager was excellent, he knew what was going on at all times. He left the office and checked on you, he also made every effort to make employees feel appreciated. He had done the job, he knew that it wasn't always pleasant lugging that mail satchel around in rain, sleet, hail or snow.
The last manager I had, never left the office. She managed by reading emails from headquarters. I have an excellent work ethic, I don't feel the company I work for owes me anything that I don't earn.
The hardest part of the job as a carrier was probably delivering in deep snow, it was very taxing.
The most enjoyable part was when it was sunny and 75, no better job to have.
Everyday you have a new route so organizing mail is stressful for about 7 hours until you finish and get out on the road for another 7 hours.
When management try to send you help, the help will show up and barely help. Once the season is over, Management will not need you in their unorganized methods or running a business. Make 1 mistake and you are fired.
Everyone cries to their UNION.
No life. Work nonstop.
Barely any days off. Can be sent to multiple locations to work. Good job if you don't have family or a life. If you like spending time with your family then go for it.
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Unprofessional and lacks integrity
The question base and the work surounding
I thought you had to pass the in-person proctor test with a 70%? And if you did pass the test, does it take a while before you hear any other instructions?
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