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What advice would you give the CEO of United States Postal Service about how to improve it?

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  • Conduct institutional surveys. Some locations function better than others. Focus on the satisfaction of the employees, and not the profits. Some employees abuse their "regular" status.

  • Give all employees PTO after a probation period! Humans need time off to be good employees. Things like service vehicles, doctor appointments, rest, family matters, and home care.

  • Redo the system beginning from the top. Obviously employees are treated badly and work conditions are horrible. If you treat your people good, they will work harder. Isn’t there a law about not allowing workers to take lunch and overworking them. I get Overtime but having them work 15-16 hour days without a break or lunch or a day off is going to lead to employees getting sick. Plus overtime is not offered...it’s told. These people have families to get to.

  • Get Louis DeJoy OUT

  • Re-do the management bonus structure and hold managers accountable for not disciplining psycho supervisors. The supervisors hold all the power to completely destroy the lives of people they don't like. They have forced out way too many good, decent and extremely hard working people. Supervisors need to be required to do (at a minimum) one route a week just to help make them respect the hard work of others. That over-sized ego trip must be deflated for mutual respect to be restored and cherished.

  • Stop being lenient with managers and supervisors that have multiple EEO’s on them, got employees fired unjustifiably, done certain ”things” that should have gotten them a trip out the door, bullying, favoritism, lying...the list can go on. The point is DISCIPLINE! No one in management NEVER gets disciplined no matter what they do or how they treat employees. It's like they WANT jerks managing and micromanaging! They all need to be enrolled in a people's skill course with an end course assessment or get rid of them and start fresh! We are tired of it!

  • Listen to your employees. Better scheduling give all a weekend off if possible follow eeocguidelines. No bullying supply better training be positive employer make work place friendly for all.ty

  • Firing all the managers that have bad records, and change protocols at management level.

  • Make an effort to role out the replacement for the LLV , asap.

    They have no safety features, they dont stay warm in the winter, fry in the summet, have poor handling in new england weather and are prone to breakdowns.


    I wouldn't have left USPS if the vehicle fleet was better. I would come back once those death traps are gone

  • After reading what employees are saying , it is obvious there is a problem. Reality is that it does not matter. Nothing will change. The post office goes back to the 1700"s. It will just continue to be managed the same way it is now. Not very well.

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