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What would you suggest United States Postal Service management do to prevent others from leaving for this reason?

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Allow current employees apply for another position or the same position in another state if they are moving to that state. Therefore, they can stayed employed and not have to do the job searching all over again. family emergencies happen where people and to get up and moved without any notice ahead.

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I want to be a supervisor so I can change Everything and reorganize the Post Office. People should be treated well and respected.

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Put RCA on one rout small sections at a time for 4-6 months. This isn't that easy to keep switching them, ARCs and RCAs should make no less than $20/hour for starting wages with 50 cent increases every 6 months

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Workplace safety is first. Management cannot ignore this.

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They need to be trained on each route two- three weeks to learn the area and changes.

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Better management training and promote within, not because of likes but because of work performance, also give your employees a gas code so they can fill the truck without problems.

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The post office needs to train their workers more than 3 days and then throw them to the wolves. The knowledge needed to be able to accomplish mail delivery can not be comprehended in 3 Days. A trainee should be able to be with an experienced carrier at least 2 weeks.

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Postalworkersretirealso

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A myriad of reasons have been reported by more than 13,000 people on indeed for a number of years. The Usps culture in many post offices and distribution centers, generally, operates like a 3rd world labor camp, with a complete disregard for workplace safety. it is very disturbing. I suggest that Washington DC management immediately stop the unfair labor practices now, for example, overtime is forced upon some regular employees every day, but, overtime hours are withheld from seasonal assistants who are employed by management on a limited term, as needed basis, to relieve regular employees. there are excessive complaints reported on indeed regarding inadequate rest and meal breaks, and the inept management practice that results in unequal pay scales for equal work. management must stop unfair labor practices immediately.

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Management are the worst and treat you like your trash. They have zero communication and people skills and scream and threaten you and your job if it's not done by there time. It's an unrealistic job and the postal service is unreasonable and they don't care. They rate you every 30 days unfairly even if you work yourself to the bone. They preach about how they need you and want to retain you which isn't true. They have a horrible turnover rate because people quit so often because it's a nightmare. Training is the only exciting part I had through the Postal Service and the fact you can work independently with little supervision.

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