What would you suggest United States Postal Service management do to prevent others from leaving?
The only reason to get into management is you either don’t want to be outside
Anymore or you can’t handle the jobs physical requirements anymore. When you have worked side by side for yrs with someone and then the next day they are your boss and have no training you can’t believe it. These people sell their soles to keep their jobs
I was forced out after 19 years because I could no longer get my route done in 8 hours everyday. Age discrimination and disability discrimination exists regardless of their so called policies which they violate with blatant regularity. Postal managers have little regard for law. The NALC is equally worthless at standing up for employees. USPS spends more money micromanaging the workforce therefore that is the biggest reason they are broke and need a bailout. I cannot work for such a dysfunctional agency.
If you show up for interview that’s a start. You must have a valid drivers license and not be a felon
How long does it take to get hired from start to finish at United States Postal Service? What are the steps along the way?
I applied like the last week of April, received a motor screen check or something the day before I got the conditional letter on May 6. Went for fingerprints a few days after but haven’t heard anything else and starting to get anxious
If you were in charge, what would you do to make United States Postal Service a better place to work?
Stop blocking people's paths of getting jobs with all the computer skills or tests teach people how to do the job and they will do it I'm sure. Stop making life harder for the people they are overlooking cause people are not all book smart.0
Being on the street, because you are not in the office and having to deal with the pressures that are there when you are in the office.
40 plus a week if you're working at the usps plant as oppose to a neighborhood post office and be prepared to stay an extra 2 hours if you're not a regular at the plant. Just when you think your shift is over a supervisor from the next tour will tap you on the shoulder and tell you 2 stay
So I applied and accepted a job for pse clerk holiday term. The job starts on the 9th of November which is in like 6 days and I have yet to get an email for orientation. I’ve already done background checks, fingerprints and paperwork.
What advice would you give the CEO of United States Postal Service about how to improve it?
Stop being lenient with managers and supervisors that have multiple EEO’s on them, got employees fired unjustifiably, done certain ”things” that should have gotten them a trip out the door, bullying, favoritism, lying...the list can go on. The point is DISCIPLINE! No one in management NEVER gets disciplined no matter what they do or how they treat employees. It's like they WANT jerks managing and micromanaging! They all need to be enrolled in a people's skill course with an end course assessment or get rid of them and start fresh! We are tired of it!
Total lack of respect by supervisors and post masters, and being talked down to like a child. They do not care about your safety and are very hostile towards you if you get injured on the job.