PSE Mail Processing Clerk (Former Employee) – Santa Rosa, CA – August 14, 2018
Poor management style and leadership. Little or no training. Severely under staffed. Constant fast-paced, stressful environment. Expected to work six days per week, no less than ten hour shifts. Fast burn-out, high turnover.
Postal Clerk (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – August 13, 2018
I'm not here to speak badly of this company but in the near future manager need a lot of improvement in leadership. Great workplace as for as pay and benefits. Management need to focus more on scheduling and production than rather coworker's personal attire(suitable to wear).
post master relief, PSE clerk (Former Employee) – USA – August 7, 2018
The USPS is a great place to work. I started off working for the USPS as a entry level employee. And my career was advanced to a management position. Within the USPS there is a huge room for advancement and growth.The USPS is the hardest working people. The USPS likes to promote their employees. I would highly recommend working for the USPS,because they care about their employees. It has been an honor to work for the USPS.
Postal Support Clerk (Current Employee) – Vincentown, NJ – August 2, 2018
too much of favoritism, overworked good people while the favored one do nothing.. lack of benefits for years, feels like you still on probation for years because of lack of benefits. Never know if you will work 8 hours or two every day.
PSE Distribution Clerk (Former Employee) – New Braunfels, TX – August 1, 2018
Very long hours! so long that I had no time for anything besides going home to eat, then sleep, and start all over again. The supervisors don't care about you, or that you have a family/life. They sit all day long, and sometimes you don't even see them at all for days! The main manager comes in maybe once a month, doesn't even know your name and honestly does not care. Horrible work culture as everyone is gossiping or competing for days to work, schedules, and for PSE's a competition to get full time (Which in my area was never possible). Glad I quit.
hardly any days off, poor pay, no benefits, no position guaranteed
pse warehouse mail clerk (Former Employee) – Bethlehem, PA – August 1, 2018
It is not what i expected, I loved my job but management really treated us like we were nothing.The good workers got the bad end of it. My health was an indicator for me being harassed by multiple supervisors.
PSE Clerk, part time (Former Employee) – Chattanooga, TN – July 30, 2018
I loved the Post Office, but was part time with no benefits. During Christmas Season, which was about 3 months, I worked 10-12 hours with a 3 hour split shift. You worked 10 days straight before you got a day off. By the time you got a day off, all you want to do is sleep on your day off. When the Christmas rush is over you might drop down to 12-20 hours per week. This job began at 3 am and you might transfer from 2-3 work locations per day. Sunday’s were Amazon days which were usually always 12 hours. I eventually was moved to the plant to work. It was second shift working 10-12 hours 6 days a week. I LOVED THE WORK, but people are always bidding on jobs and moving around. You’re not just at one job until you decide to retire and there’s absolutely no time for family, especially if you have small kids. IF THE POST OFFICE WOULD HAVE A SET SCHEDULE OF 5 days a week or four 10 hour days, people would be more willing to work. I think most people suffer through it for benefits.
Great benefits for full time
Crazy hours for part time, schedule changes constantly, Plant and PSE Clerks work Holidays
PSE Mail Processing Clerk (Former Employee) – Norfolk, NE – July 28, 2018
Being a single mom the hours got very difficult to do because one day I could work split shifts going in from 5:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. then back in from 3:30p.m to 5:30p.m., then the next day would be an over night shift. I loved the work environment it just would've been easier with set hours.