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

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  • Make sub RCA's hours count toward retirement. There has been times when I have worked more in a mth than the reg carrier. Also I understand and am happy to work for a reg when they are sick or an emergency comes up but when taking vacation subs should have at least 1 weeks notice, we have lives too.

  • Honesty and loving kindness is needed.

  • 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!!

  • Treat them like humans and have actual real world management experience.

  • Adjust mage per gas prices. Make them regular employees after 90 days. Treat them like humans and respect how hard they work.

  • Postal driver workers should make no less than $70,000 a year!!! Yearly pay is garbage for the work they do.

  • Start making employees regular employees sooner then they'll stay

  • How about keeping them in their home office for 90 days before sending them to city after city! 18.51 an hour is not worth it!

  • I think the challenges with the schedules is the number one reason why employees are frustrated. The rec site, for example, maybe those schedules look good to a computer, but they are highly impractical for human beings. The seniority process, although fair is dismal. It literally takes several years to get to a point of being competitive. I mean years. Even at five or six years in you still can't get anything that is within the operating hours of daycare centers. Or maybe have an all hours daycare on site. The schedules are so bad if you are a single mom you have to have young children live with relatives. You make enough money to raise a child by yourself but it is impossible to actually work during the hours a daycare center is open. In a branch it's a challenge to get to clock out when your shift is over and make it to a daycare center before they close. The post office will pay a good enough wage for a woman to support her child but they sure don't want to give you the hours in which this is possible. Maybe if they are going to insist on absurd shifts they should offer some all hours daycare to their employees. But I am pretty sure how difficult it is to get an even remotely decent schedule is the number one reason why employees want to leave. You should be able to have both your career and your kids. Having to send your kids to live with relatives is emotionally devastating but that's the life of a single mom in the post office.

  • We are human and we have to treat people equal as well, give them good training ,and give them chance to work with all position ,give them cross training,

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