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Reinvest into caring for vehicles maintenance.

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I use to love working at the post office but management lacks the understanding of how to lead. I agree with many people, I get harrassed, I feel like my boss is bias against me and has threatened me to resign because she can't accommodate my schedule and also accused me of my school schedule. VERY SAD!!!

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Interview took about 4 hours. Keep in mind before showing up make sure you have a driver license that was not expired within 2 years or you will be asked to leave and you just wasted your time. But you will go over job description and watch videos, you will go thru 2 people to be interviewed individually after your done your free to leave, what’s makes everything quicker is having your paper work done at home which gets emailed ahead when invited to interview, make sure your prepared.

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I applied in Jan of 2018 and was working on March 31 2018

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I would have potential employees come to the post office and fill out applications instead of having to pay for a course on postal service. Hire direct just like the old times, people looking for work usually do not have the money to pay for a course to see if they qualify. They are trying to get a job to make money no spend money to get the job.

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Mail handler assistants are guaranteed 4 hours of work and have no set schedules

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I applied back in October for PSE within 1 week I was invited to do my postal test in one of their locations, after I didn’t hear nothing until January for my interview and now it’s february and got email to do background, drug testing and conditional job offer no it’s still a waiting game.

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Lack of dignity and respect. Harassment. Disregard of employee health and safety. Poor management work ethic.

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When you sign the job offer you're made to believe a CAA is part time and there's no guarantee of hours. When you start the job the schedule varies by day. Supervisor's change the schedule daily and add hours to the schedule. You will not be asked to work overtime, but are expected to work overtime without notice or signing up for overtime. Unfair scheduling do to no time in advance as the schedule can change over night. At times you will be scheduled to come in early and when you arrive there will be a change of plans that sends you home. Waisted personal time and doesn't benefit the employee or the employer do to lack of appropriate delegations per assignments and available vehicles. Schedules are altered do to the management's lack of orderly routine. In order to have a routined assignment you have to be a regular employee, in which means you are full time, so why are CCA's not provided routined schedules to keep them productive and efficient?

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I was told I was hired, I did the drug test passed, traded my truck and took out a loan to get a Honda CRV to diver mail in, got called to the office to sign some papers then got an email that I was not eligible for hire because I didn't mention a misdemeanor from 15yrs ago. So now I'm starting all over.

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