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49 questions about Firing at United States Postal Service
You would have to call human resources but you WILL run into a dead-end wall. Nobody ever knows anything, you'll get the run around as if you worked there. Yes...if you work there, you cannot get questions answered and are spoken to in a condescending manner by someone with a 6th grade education level.
Answered October 23, 2021
Yes because the customers are very important to the company
Answered October 16, 2020
Yes you can get you job back through the union
Answered March 27, 2020
Yes you can still receive a job offer
Answered March 9, 2020
Yes it can
Answered February 5, 2020
Yes they will because they’re always short in staff
Answered February 2, 2020
Not necessarily if you contact then right away and let them know it should be ok
Answered January 27, 2020
Yes you can. I do not believe that they will ban you from applying to another one in a different state but still not 100% sure.
Answered September 25, 2019
Yes, I believe the probation period serves as a way for the Post Office to determine whether you will be a good fit. During this time, you are not a full employee and may be let go for any reason.
Answered August 12, 2019
Yes , they take this very serious.
Answered August 11, 2019
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