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I get hella hours because I make sure I’m available and answer the phone in situations where others don’t answer. I average 45 hours a week with no sweat AND I’m at a smaller location but it’s a rural postal office and the hours stay open! Everyone that is regular are on their way out of the door so they take any and every chance to call off to go on vacation, union work, whatever!!! And we run the routes!
40 hours a week at least
40 plus a week if you're working at the usps plant as oppose to a neighborhood post office and be prepared to stay an extra 2 hours if you're not a regular at the plant. Just when you think your shift is over a supervisor from the next tour will tap you on the shoulder and tell you 2 stay
Mail handler assistants are guaranteed 4 hours of work and have no set schedules
4o hours as i think.
I am not sure but i can work 4o hours
Only guaranteed 4 hours per day! 20-40+ per week
60 plus hours a week, no time off if you don’t ask
60 hours only one day s week off no time for your family if you have small children don’t plan on seeing them
You given what ever a supervisor want to give you but not over 40 hours in a week, but if your on the schedule and they don't need you it's there responsibly to call you before you clock in or else your payed for at least 2 hours.