Working for the USPS
I felt proud to work for #Usps when... I first started. It did not take long time figure out that the United States Post office is a horrible place to work. I am looking forward to finding new suitable employment.
What kind of suitable you want anyways if you don’t mind me asking.? Also, in any situation given like that it’s pretty much same to me for my opinion. A lot of jobs are like that but it’s on you whether you like working or not it’s all the same. Wherever you work at where ever you may go, there is always going to be like that. That’s only my opinion. May of us thinks different way anyways. Lol but don’t get me wrong, any job you pick is suitable for you choose as many as you like pick the ones best for you and love it.
I was let go after being at my job for over fifteen and half years. i was framed and they wanted a scaped to get me out of there and they made it work. It will come back and bite every one of them involved in that.
I work for USPS as a mail carrier but in my town we are contract employees so we dont get any benefits from the Post Office we bid the contract and if you get it then you learn really fast what it's like to work for the post office most days since covid have been really busy delivering packages it's hard we work with barely 2 days of training which was not enough at all we work 6 days a week no matter what when the mail shows up 2,3,4 hours late you wait it sucks. But hey at least I have a job!!!!!!
I was proud to be part of the postel team in colo spgs till after my first month was harassed constantly treated like a low class piece of military mail the carriers were good people. It was management who were scared and paranoid and were creating a hostile work environment
I've worked for USPS for a very long time the harassment/mental games management pulls on employees is atrocious nothing is done about them .used to be proud when I first started but not now worst job ever and the money sucks
Hey I disagree with the comments all these people that complaint about the job probably dont like to work this job is easy if you like to work and willing to leatn the rest is common sense about management you do your job and they will not bother unless you r not doing it especially attendance is simple just do it I did it and i will retire God willing soon and the money is excellent dont miss this opportunity
Yah, so I did and retired 8 years ago, and glad that I worked for the USPS, would like to comeback
Yes, Tammy Reynolds, I'll say it's not the Postal Service as a whole, but the people who work for them, that makes it what it is, good and bad. I was in a no fault of my own car wreck, rear ended, at 40 mph, by an old man who had no business driving, he was wearing coke bottle eye glasses, had hearing aides in BOTH ears, and hit me so hard, my car went airborne, hit an old waist up telephone booth, with a young lady using the phone at that very moment, with my car taking out phone booth and my car on top of booth, sliding across parking lot, then a river rock mailbox stopping my car and phone booth...I had my flippy light working, my emergency flashers working before he hit me as well as all the magnetic signs around my car identifying "frequent stops". To add insult to injury, I was assigned a BRAND new route, with NO training time for it and for some strange reason, the route description papers magically disappeared that morning, nor was there a supervisor to be found to reprint route description before I left, but a supervisor sure was found to come to scene of wreck and the s.o.b. said and I quote..." Brenda, this car will still run when I pull your front passenger quarter panel away from your tire.Get in and finish your route, and if you don't, don't bother coming to work tomorrow, as you'll NOT have a job"!?!?! I was a union member, he DENIED me my right to go to hospital, as I was hurt, I found out hours later when I took myself to emergency room, my union steward, another p.o.s. did NOT represent me, nor stand up to management for me, but my neck was BROKE, C3-C7.
Keep your chin up