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There is one specific regular that comes in late about 2hours every single day and always needs help from subs every single day. Everyone in the post office talks and everyone including the post master & supervisor believes she’s on drugs. She’s been fired multiple times & the union keeps helping her get her job back. All of subs can’t even do one full route in a day, come back to the office and clock out without supervisors making us go help her (1-4 subs everyday). This p’s off not only is subs but other regulars blaming us for certain things that acts as a domino effect from this one specific regular

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I want different job. I want work on post service

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I want different job. I want try work hard.. I need new job

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As a a female CCA the job itself is very physical and will keep you fit for sure. It’s a no brainer job. It’s the darn sups and management that make it difficult. Some of these managers never carried mail before! If you are the type of person that can handle mental verbal abuse on a daily basis, then welcome to the post office. Just do the job right and get out!

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Overworked and the environment is too toxic. No employee can be productive under these circumstances, especially mentally and physically fatigue

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Never did Neve r would

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I was being scheduled for different routes like 3 times a week. I had no time to learn hardly any routes in the year that I had been there because I was thrown around so much I only got to see a route maybe 1-3 times and then I never saw it again. Even when it was getting close to Christmas this continued. I was starting to get unmanageable amounts of mail on routes that I didn't know and I was refused any aid and working until dark when most subs had already been home for hours.

This job is only as easy as the people making the schedule make it for you or if you have a freakishly good memory and are a natural in a new case, which some people are.

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Overworked not appreciated no time with family

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I did not like the post master so just switched to another office and it seems to be much better....it's hard work and not cut out for alot of people.

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Not happy with yourself who would want to leave a government building I know I would not
out of the question no way I would never leave theusps NEVER

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