US Postal Service Benefits

3.3
1449 Ratings

Which benefits does US Postal Service provide?

Current and former employees report that US Postal Service provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.

Insurance, Health & WellnessFinancial & RetirementFamily & ParentingVacation & Time OffPerks & DiscountsProfessional Support

Insurance, Health & Wellness

Health Insurance
3.7
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3.7
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3.6
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4.0
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3.8
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4.8
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4.2
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5.0
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4.8
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4.5
4 Ratings
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3.0
1 Rating

Financial & Retirement

4.3
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4.8
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3.8
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2.0
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Supplemental Workers' Compensation
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Family & Parenting

3.8
57 Ratings
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3.4
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3.7
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4.3
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4.0
1 Rating
1.0
1 Rating
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Reduced or Flexible Hours
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Vacation & Time Off

3.6
248 Ratings
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4.0
25 Ratings
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3.8
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3.4
5 Ratings
5.0
1 Rating

Perks & Discounts

3.5
71 Ratings
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3.1
66 Ratings
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5.0
6 Ratings
3.0
2 Ratings
1.0
2 Ratings
3.5
2 Ratings
5.0
1 Rating
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3.0
1 Rating
Employee Discount
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Professional Support

3.1
351 Ratings
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3.7
6 Ratings
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5.0
2 Ratings
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Apprenticeship Program
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Professional Development
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Employee Benefit Reviews

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Most Commented

  • Job Training(351 comments)

    Management just throws you to the wolves if you work in processing center

  • Vacation & Paid Time Off(248 comments)

    Lots of paid time given at beginning of year

  • Health Insurance(161 comments)

    Can b expensive if your have a family but what insurance isn’t

Dec 6, 2022
5.0
Current Employee

401k matching is very great

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Dec 6, 2022
3.0
Current Clerk in Baltimore, MD, Maryland

Best: benefits Worst: They way management treats you. They’re unprofessional if you work in processing center, and will disclose your personal information to their buddies.

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Dec 5, 2022
4.0
Current Clerk in Arlington, VA, Virginia

Great benefits but if you really process why they are so great it is because of the amount of wear and tear on your physical body. The Postal Service is a manual job in most cases.

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Dec 4, 2022
5.0
Current Supervisor of Customer Service in Brighton, MA, Massachusetts

Excellent Options for health dental and vision. great retirement plans

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Dec 3, 2022
4.0
Current Electronics Technician in Salt Lake City, UT, Utah

Great benefits, awful place to work. Also paid time off is awesome unless you try to use it.

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Dec 2, 2022
4.0
Former Rural Mail Carrier in Cleveland, OH, Ohio

Excellent benefits, but long hours

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Nov 30, 2022
4.0
Former CITY LETTER CARRIER in Bossier City, LA, Louisiana

Good health, 401k, vision, dental

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Nov 29, 2022
4.0
Current Mail Handler in New York, NY, New York State

Paid vacations, health & life insurance, sick time

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Nov 27, 2022
3.0
Former Pse in Rocklin, CA, California

The part time to full time system is outdated and bad.

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Nov 29, 2022
2.0
Current PSE Clerk in Memphis, TN, Tennessee

As a temporary employee, your benefits are slim-to-none. The best thing you get is the health insurance. The dental insurance is basically useless, because all it covers is standard checkups/cleaning. So, if there's something wrong with your teeth, well, it's your problem. You accrue annual leave but good luck trying to ever use it.

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