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22 questions about Promotion at United States Postal Service
On the City side with the new pay scale 3 times a year. You get your Step up, your Cola, and your general wage increase.
Answered September 21, 2020
If you’ve been there long enough to make regular, then that’s your promotion. Depending on your position, it could take as long as 7 or 8 years to make regular.
Answered December 19, 2020
Haven’t seen a raise in 3 years.
Answered February 20, 2017
CCA di get raises every year. Been a CCA 2 years and counting
Answered June 17, 2017
The Exams used to be good for any time frame they needed. They usually worked down a list by score. Once they hit the people with score 70 and below, they would test again. All jobs start as Part Time, but that usually means Flexible and you will work as little or as many as they need you to work. If I ever when back I would back as a clerk. I actually tested higher as a clerk.
Answered January 17, 2017
When get a promotion
Asked March 12, 2020
Never since your at the bottom the people with more Seniority will always be over you
Answered March 12, 2020
How often do you get raises?
Asked November 5, 2018
Raises occur every 36 weeks for career clerk at USPS.
Answered November 5, 2018
When u make it to PTF do u have to take a exam and pass? If u don't pass u will loose your job. What do the test question's consist of?
Answered August 27, 2017
When do they get a raise
Asked February 24, 2019
I was there 4 years and I got a raise once
Answered February 24, 2019
No, This was a contract position not an employer/employee situation.
Answered July 13, 2018
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