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83 questions about Dress Code at United States Postal Service
Carrier shoes regulation
Answered August 21, 2017
There is a dress code but they provide you with a cash allotment to buy uniforms once you have worked beyond the probationary period.
Answered February 25, 2017
You are allowed to have facial hair and tattoos at the postal service. Some managers prefer they be in places under your clothes.
Answered October 4, 2017
USPS pays for it after you pass your 90 of probation
Answered October 21, 2018
Imagine you are giving a job to one to be your secretary...would you want her to come in in sneakers jeans with a t-shirt with a cap on...or a pair of black pants with a pretty blouse and good office comfortable office shoes....formal is what am trying to say.
Answered June 24, 2018
Beard yes if kept trimmed long hair must be pulled back no piercings visible due to safety hazard
Answered December 7, 2017
Clean jeans and shirt. Dress for the job.
Answered June 27, 2017
No. You won't even see a postal employee at the exam site. They are usually held at exam offices on university campuses.
Answered June 1, 2017
Yes most of the time.
Answered November 21, 2016
Uniforms are worn
Answered January 6, 2021
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