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US Postal Service Postmaster General & CEO Patrick R. Donahoe
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    The worst working environment I have ever been associated with, but the pay and benefits are great!

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    Current Employee - Mail Processing Clerk in Fresno, CA
    Current Employee - Mail Processing Clerk in Fresno, CA

    I have been working at US Postal Service

    Pros

    The pay is the best reason to work at the USPS.
    No skills or knowledge necessary
    No responsibilities other than to show up (and that's optional).

    Cons

    Workers are treated terribly.
    Management is made up of people who have little to poor management skills and are taught by managers who have little to poor management skills.
    The work schedules are horrible.
    The work is physically demanding.
    There is no reward for being an exceptional worker and no consequence for being a poor worker.
    There is no logic to the methods of management.
    Innovation is not welcomed. It is run the way things were run decades ago and suggestions for change are not taken.
    It WILL change a person with good work ethics to a mediocre performer or a person who does not care.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Require a degree or at least some education in management for all supervisors, managers, and Postmasters.
    Learn and employ some "people skills."
    Change your management style from a dictatorship to more of a supporting role. Have trust and respect for the people who do the job and ask for their imput before implementing change. In order for change to be successful, you must get "buy in" from the people who the change is going to effect.
    The best advice for Postal leadership is for all to quit and turn it over to new and proven management.

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