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- "It's a very good job graet people to work with and the pay is good." (in 2962 reviews)
- "The job is stable and has good benefits although I've barely had the need for them." (in 1917 reviews)
- "Money is good but not compared to the time you put in to get it." (in 552 reviews)
- "many great people to work with and all the carriers are open and willing to help at anytime" (in 383 reviews)
- "The postal service used to be a great place to work for good benefits and job security." (in 300 reviews)
- "a lot of people are lazy and the management is poor from the top down." (in 1730 reviews)
- "Long hours and you have to go on the shift you are assigned it's almost impossible change your shift" (in 911 reviews)
- "Supervisor was rude and helpless A lot of manual labor" (in 386 reviews)
- "No work/life balance until you make regular and even then it’s still a lot." (in 377 reviews)
- "Working long hours and 7 days straight at times." (in 255 reviews)
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- 1.0Jan 13, 2017Lead Sales and Service ClerkFormer Employee, more than 10 yearsDayton, OH
Good pay and great customers. The day seemso to go by really quickly. The products sell themselves, there is not much explaining of the available products
Too many chiefs and not enough Indians. The supervisors are overbearing and generally have less knowledge than the employees that they supervise.
- 2.0Jun 6, 2017Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee
The USPS starting pay is good and I was able to become a Full Time Regular Employed in my first 4 months of employment due to my work ethic and drive.
The USPS could be a great organization but many of the Supervisors and Post Masters lack management or organizational skills for the positions they hold. There are also Supervisors that need to go back to kindergarten to relearn how to get along with others. The Post Office is severely undermanned most likely due to the bad work environment created by the Supervisors and Post Master