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If you were in charge, what would you do to make United States Postal Service a better place to work?

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  • Overhaul and drain the swamp of the upper level employees who own stock in Companies contracted by the USPS and are milking the system at the expense of employees forced to work in with outdated, insufficient (in terms of ensuring worker safety) equipment and Supervisors who treat you like a robot. These Supervisors get frustrated and yell at employees very often. Again, a complete overhaul is best, imo.

  • I would fire that loser post master that’s stopping all of people’s packages from arriving on time because he wants to control how many packages go out

  • Provide air conditioning in all LLV's, be fair to everyone by not favoring certain individuals and letting them have weekends off when others work very hard with little to no help. Provide vacation pay, holiday pay and a 401k or retirement plan. All employees are equal and should not be segregated in regards to benefits or time off.

  • 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

  • Turn the losing thing over to the ups

  • They treat you like total scum

  • Alot of things need to change and improve but I would def talk to everybody with respect

  • Offer new RCA’s full time positions

  • Stop overworking my mail carriers. The job is unfair as it is... the job deserves a better pay for the physical and mental damage. Horrible job

  • Gather some co-workers let them learn each others duties like( learn one teach one and let them rotate if someone calls out of work they know what that person job role as a worker!!

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