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284 questions about Working Hours at United States Postal Service
No flexibility
Answered March 16, 2020
You’ll get at least 40 hours, and that seems to be the case no matter your location. MHAs & MHs are pretty much the first point of contact with incoming mail, and they’re in no way limited to one task, so as long as there is mail coming in and needing to go out, Mail Handlers will be working many, many hours.
Answered April 21, 2016
Woof! I was told prior to accepting the job that my scheduled days would be Saturday and Monday and I would "fill in" for regular carriers on their approved time off and leave. Position was made to seem part time. As soon as I completed the academy I was scheduled 6 days with only Sunday off. I ended up quitting. Why does the USPS waste their resources sending us to academy when we are not told of expectations up front? They should tell us up front that it will be 6 days/week. Save us all time and money.
Answered March 20, 2016
Not enough hours by half
Answered September 7, 2016
Average weekly hours for part time tractor trailer driver
Answered January 3, 2018
What are the hours?
Asked September 20, 2017
5-6 days out of the week
Answered September 20, 2017
8+, theres usually 2 hours overtime every night
Answered May 16, 2017
Do we have weekends off?
Asked October 26, 2017
No weekends off, as an ARC you will work mainly Sundays, as an RCA you will work Monday-Sunday with only one guaranteed day.
Answered October 26, 2017
I'm only guaranteed sundays and I was told by my boss that we dont have a time frame, meaning I can basically take my time when delivering packages.. I get about 5 hours because our facility has a bunch of workers and not much packages. At my assigned location we are given company LLV vehicles to drive and they supply us with gas cards. My pay rate is $19 an hour and its a great part time job. You may be able to work at surrounding facility's as well if they need help and you're wanting extra money, just talk to your postmaster first.
Answered June 4, 2017
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