PSE Clerk (Former Employee) – Oak Park, IL – February 15, 2018
This is a job for one's with no family or other responsibilities that require an "in-face" requirement. There's more work than there are workers that actually have the desire to work. The management have a hard time managing employees accordingly. If they consider you a "friend" then you are basically set. If you are unable to speak out against being over-worked, then you will be forced to go along with the flow.
PSE Mail Processing Clerk (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – February 9, 2018
Part time worker. Was receiving full time hours at the beginning but hours got cut to 2 to 6 hours a day. Management is always riding your back and there is a great deal of favoritism going on. Pay is ok but with what you have to deal with should be more.
PSE-Mail Processing Clerk (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – February 7, 2018
I loved working for the Postal Service. I enjoy being outdoors but the winters can be extremely harsh. I only disliked the horrible treatment I received during a on the job injury. I was let go on the exact date of my probation. Later on that same day, I was able to resign. It really tears at your humanity when you've given your all to a company and instead of looking out for a good employee,( I thought I was valuable) the company looks out for themselves. It's still good, honest and hard working people out in the world. WE are company minded and driven to focus on a common goal. I owe my self motivation and determination to my Father and the United States ARMY.
Independence work environment, pay, working outdoors, teamwork
PSE Mail Processing Clerk (Former Employee) – Barceloneta, PR – February 6, 2018
It was a fast paced job that didn't leave a lot of time to relax. The job had a lot things to follow and gave an opportunity to learn a lot. It was a very challenging job experience but really recommended.
Pse Clerk (Former Employee) – Jersey City, NJ – February 4, 2018
Fast work past, have to make sure packages and mail is sent out on time. Very Stressful at times but the pay is very good. Hated when they called over time cause than you have to work like 10-11 hrs a day.
PSE Mail Processing Clerk (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – February 1, 2018
Good job with good pay, most days are easy unless its peak season. Management is eh, different supervisors often tell you different things. If you have good attendance and do your job well you should have no problems.
PSE- Mail Processing Clerk (Former Employee) – Rochester, NY – January 30, 2018
USPS is a simple straight forward job. Although management in my opinion was not all that great since they did not know what was going on half of the time, the wages there are very fair and the hours are fair dependent on incoming mail volume.