Working as a Casual Mail Handler

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Casual Mail Handler Ratings

45K Casual Mail Handler reviews for 10K companies

Work/Life Balance
3.4 ★
Compensation & Benefits
3.1 ★
Career Opportunity
3.0 ★
Number of Jobs on Glassdoor

24 Casual Mail Handler Jobs

Casual Mail Handler Reviews

What do Casual Mail Handler professionals have to say about their job? Read through 45K Casual Mail Handler reviews for 10K companies.
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Delivery Driver
Feb 20, 2021

“good working relationships and enjoyable”

Delivery Driver
Oct 18, 2021

“The customers are friendly and happy to see you.”

Delivery Driver
Feb 25, 2020

“Fun driving vans around and making people happy delivering packages”

The Andrews OrganizationThe Andrews Organization
Apr 1, 2022

“Good work people love happy”

Warehouse Delivery
May 5, 2020

“Decent pay enjoy the customers”

Bike Delivery Boy
Jan 12, 2022

“Salary weekend must I am very happy”

Fast Despatch Transport
Courier/Delivery Driver
May 5, 2020

“Friendly & happy atmosphere to work with.”

Agile LogisticsAgile Logistics
Delivery Driver
Jun 3, 2022

“Fun to see happy people daily”

Top Companies for Casual Mail Handler

US Postal Service
US Postal Service
2.9 ★
3K Jobs
14K Reviews
14K Salaries

The United States Postal Service (USPS) handles cards, letters, and packages sent both domestically and internationally. The USPS delivers 145 billion pieces of mail a year to some 153 million addresses in the U.S. and its territories. The independent government agency accepts no tax dollars and relies on postage to fund operations. Though USPS has a market dominant status on delivery of mail, it faces competition from other carriers for services such as package delivery. The USPS, much like a private sector company, is overseen by a Board of Governors. Nine of the eleven members are appointed by the President of the United States and confirmed by the U.S. Senate. The Board of Governors select the postmaster general, and together they name the deputy postmaster general; the two also serve on the board.

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