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Thomas John
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Thomas John

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Mariane Arjibay

The USPS is a fast paced environment, so it's not for everybody. Like all businesses/corporations, there's that occasional "power hungry" person. Show up for work, do your job, and most importantly know your rights and exercise them when needed.

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Tina Russell

They work you hard. Usually when you start its "temporary" and they do not tell you the time you're off, so expect to work twelve (12) hours on your feet with only a thirty (30) minute lunch break. If you are let go of your temporary position and try to reapply when they start hiring again, they will state "Do not qualify" which mean Do Not Hire. They want people who will work how and when, and not complain about not taking breaks. Lots of inconsistencies from upper management. Many days you don't take a break. When you do, they come looking for you before your break is over. You only have one day off and that day is not always guaranteed. Expect to work 7-8 days then a day off. Many workers grumble under their breaths but know how supervisors are, they don't care. Lots of nepotism and many play "favorites" with employees who are family. The retirement/pension is not all that great. I suggest to look into State, city or county positions.

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Andrea Dozier

Look up on google, Private Duty companies in your area. If you have liability Insurance for yourself, you can make yourself some flyers and post them in your community/ area in which you would like to work. Most private hires, like for you to have liability insurance for the safety of client and you.

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Yrlande Jean

Excellent

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Heather M Muller

It depends on where you work.

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