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4,241 questions about working at United States Postal Service
TRAIN your employees well. Educate your selves, so that when employees ask you something you know how to answer clear. Stop talking to employees like they’re garbage! Understand that we have lives outside of work, and that we also get injured and things happen to us. Don’t force people to stay 12 hours. Make it 2 hours at the most, and make it optional if they do want to do 12 hours. Understand we also human just like you. You’d should convert PSE’s after 90 days. Be professional!!
Answered March 16, 2017
Inflexible scheduling, not a physically conducive job at 62
Answered March 15, 2017
Money and benefits. The benefits are the best by far. Once you are hired, they have your back for life. I left, they rehired me years soon after. I left again, 10 yrs later they're rehiring me again. I am grateful.
Answered November 28, 2019
Applied and was sent job offer within a couple of weeks. Went for fingerprinting and background check. 2 months later and job was rescinded and readvertised next day. Wasted a half a tank of gas and 2 months of job searching for USPS to jerk me off. Way to go USPS
Answered September 7, 2016
Process for:Laborer Custodial Process9/26/20 Filled out application9/28/20 Test Invitation 10/07/20 MVR check2/02/21 Interview 2/05/21 Second Interview2/09/21 Background Check (NACI)2/12/21 Fingerprints3/04/21 2nd Fingerprints3/10/21 Cleared NACI3/29/21 Orientation4/05/21 Trainning 4/12/21 First Day On The Floor6/15/21 Final 90 Days Probation
Answered January 25, 2017
No flexibility
Answered March 16, 2020
Most of the time its very hectic trying to get done before your evaluated time so you don't work for free.
Answered March 16, 2020
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stock in Companies contracted by the USPS and are milking the system at the expense of employees forced to work in with outdated, insufficient (in terms of ensuring worker safety) equipment and Supervisors who treat you like a robot.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.
Answered October 25, 2016
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.
Answered December 6, 2016
You’ll get at least 40 hours, and that seems to be the case no matter your location. MHAs & MHs are pretty much the first point of contact with incoming mail, and they’re in no way limited to one task, so as long as there is mail coming in and needing to go out, Mail Handlers will be working many, many hours.
Answered April 21, 2016
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