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Why did you leave your job at United States Postal Service?

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  • Attention suoervisors of 11727 post office
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  • Quit the job! Not willing to have another injury. This place treat us like robot. No time for anything and intensive labor. Noo im good!

  • Post office culture can be extremely toxic. Depending on your location, it can be far worse, especially those in the south...negative berating attitudes and behaviors, reactive instead of proactive...will screw you over when you’re new to any aspect of the post office...insecurities...inadequate union stewards who are in bed with management...I can go on and on...best advice is to keep your head down, get that money, and keep it moving...most of the folks in there aren’t worth the energy or time. Get yours and stay focused on what’s important...and that’s not the post office!

  • I am being honest, this company treats people like robots. I was asked to resign because of an on the job injury which left me out of work for six months, far longer than what FMLA covered. To add insult to injury, the company did not ask me if so would like to file Workers Comp claim. I have 3 years to do it after the time of the injury. The metal scaffolding should have been covered with foam instead of yellow stripes to prevent injury. So I contacted DOL. Post Office needs tremendous overhaul per President Trump. What is extremely important is that you can easily get injured at this company.

  • It's ran by terrible people who will do anything for a buck and refuse to be self-accountable.

  • I was forced to leave my CCA job.I wasn't even given my full 90 day probationary period to figure out if I could even do that job. They told me quit or get fired which is b.s. I thought if u were union they couldn't just do that to u.....wth???

  • Ok yocreo que el extre no existe cuando ases lo que ati te gusta y en lo personal ya son mas de 20 anos manekando.

  • I have no interest in being a chew toy for a psycho supervisor who is supported by a government company that ignores government laws against workplace harassment and age discrimination in the workplace. Supervisors can do whatever they want to anyone they want, whenever they want to do it with no repercussions and to me that is dangerous. I also have no interest in becoming a victim of someone else’s cross-fire.

  • I was forced out after 19 years because I could no longer get my route done in 8 hours everyday. Age discrimination and disability discrimination exists regardless of their so called policies which they violate with blatant regularity. Postal managers have little regard for law. The NALC is equally worthless at standing up for employees. USPS spends more money micromanaging the workforce therefore that is the biggest reason they are broke and need a bailout. I cannot work for such a dysfunctional agency.

  • Still there but have been looking for another job for about 4 months. Unfortunately everything put on hold due to the pandemic (no interviews etc). During this time though you realize how little the Post Office cares for their employees. 15 days in a row worked and the days are long. They are working us to exhaustion. I can not wait to leave.

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