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

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I can ask to manager co. I can help to employees good team .

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Learn how to actually be a manager and respect people

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Get rid of terrible postmasters.

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Listen to their employees with idea that could help expedite the mail faster. Have empathy and compassion who are dealing with stressful issues. Finally, make sure there's a healthy and safe environment for all employees. I've torn my rotator's cuff because of the repetitive reaching on the DBCS machines. If your employee have to for trays that are three or four stacks high, then your methods aren't working. Reexamine work room safety procedure, so another employee won't injury themselves for doing their job

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Be concerned and helpful try choufi very concerned and very helpful

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Encourage them and. Be good team member and talk to them

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Be a good example I

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Fix your PSE vs PTF issue. Dont lie to PSEs. Tell them they can only promote after no one else in the state wants whatever job is available. Tell them they will work 12 hour days 7 days s week including holidays. Tell them management manipulates and uses you. Be honest so people know what they are in for.

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If you clean the room some one said you didn't did good job

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Have good benefits

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