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No promotion opportunities. Management makes you do all the work when they’re OIC of another office and don’t give you the title of OIC. Management lies and tells you that you can’t be an OIC In your own office. Town sent letters, mayor, city and chamber to make me stay and become postmaster. They didn’t care. Had to train postmaster. Postmaster doesn’t take the blame for his mistakes. Puts it off on you even if he was the one that did it. Postmaster never showed up but paid himself 40 hours a week why I did all the work including his job. No recognition and having to lie about putting mail up at 9:30 when I’m the only person there and I have 2500 letters and no DPS

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You are used and used and used. You can haul but and finish your route in record time and then they will farm you to another post office and your not getting home until 9pm and then have the nerve to be annoyed that your getting double pay for all the overtime.

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Develop team spirit and instil the concept of internal and external customer to be served.
Training and refresher needs to be done to keep the passion alive.

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A lot of favoritism and discrimination your coworkers don't stick together everyone's watching you and seeing how much ot your making. too many inexperienced managers, supervisors and dispatchers. You work 6 days a week and forced into overime majority of times.

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If you treat people With dignity you have more oportunity to have more employees, if you are the supervisor that you want to treat people without any respect or consideration you dont have nobody around you or Work for the company.

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20+ years as a rural carrier. Left on disability retirement..shoulders are toast at 49 years old..the job will beat your body down..good pay and benefits but with sacrifices

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20+ years as a Rural Carrier..left on disability retirement..the place will beat your body down..my shoulders are toast at 49 years old..good paying job with benefits but comes with sacrifices

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I was sent home for asking a question for another person who was afraid to ask the question for herself I only trying to help her get a understanding about the job here at post office, we were in ortation about to start working next day.

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Stay away from Irving,Tx

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Quit! The longer you stay the more damage you will have to fix.

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