What would you suggest United States Postal Service management do to prevent others from leaving?Asked March 16, 2017
As for the Farmingville location mail carrier on 2/18/20 working on Sundays to deliver top priority to mail services. In that displaying professional polite mannerism in Fairfield South NY. Service with a smile Delivering Integrity & Pride Proudly Serving Our CommunityMen of HonorAnswered October 19, 2020
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!Answered September 18, 2020
If you show up for interview that’s a start. You must have a valid drivers license and not be a felonAnswered May 4, 2020
Not very. You have to let managers know weeks before hand if you have an appointment, and you have to HOPE you get the time off. If you do, no one else does that work that you missed out on. It’ll be sitting there waiting for you when you come back. Also you’re put on a list for time off and are only allowed so much. If 5 people already asked for a particular day, you obviously aren’t going to get the day no matter how important.Answered November 22, 2020
How long does it take to get hired from start to finish at United States Postal Service? What are the steps along the way?Asked September 7, 2016
The length of the process also varies with the city you live/applied for. In big cities it takes longer because, there are many applicants. I applied in August (Miami area) and just last week completed my fingerprints.Answered November 16, 2020
In Colorado, at least 10 hour days. Great money but mentally and physically exhausting. You’re lucky if you get one day off in the work week.Answered November 22, 2020
If you were in charge, what would you do to make United States Postal Service a better place to work?Asked October 25, 2016
Overhaul and drain the swamp of the upper level employees who own stock in Companies contracted by the USPS and are milking the system at the expense of employees forced to work in with outdated, insufficient (in terms of ensuring worker safety) equipment and Supervisors who treat you like a robot. These Supervisors get frustrated and yell at employees very often. Again, a complete overhaul is best, imo.Answered September 15, 2020
Questions and Answers about United States Postal Service
See questions about
Ask or search question
Don't see your question? Post it publicly! Please don't submit any personal information.
The best questions are directly relevant to United States Postal Service.
- What is the work environment and culture like?
- How are the working hours?
- What are some tips for doing well in the interview?
Please note that all of this content is user-generated and its accuracy is not guaranteed by Indeed or this company.