United States Postal Service Employee Reviews for Mailroom Clerk

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The experience was great , I learned a lot and grew there.
Mail Processing Clerk (Former Employee) –  Jersey City, NJ16 October 2019
Working at the post office , I became a stronger person and it molded me into an adult. I met some great people and the whole experience was good to me.
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5,0
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Fun work place
Mail Clerk (Former Employee) –  Shreveport, LA16 October 2019
Learning how many areas they cover and how many people rely on there mail.Alot of machines that processes mail different but but cant do anything without the people. Very productive job and people friendly A+
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5,0
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Productive and fun work place with cafeteria
Mail Processing Clerk (Former Employee) –  Columbus, OH16 October 2019
Hard work , fact pace but good money.Good management. Good workplace culture. The hardest part of job is long hours. But good money with 24 hours cafeteria, break rooms and coworkers.
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3,0
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Work is consistent. That’s it!
Mail Processing Clerk (Current Employee) –  Jamaica, NY15 October 2019
The work is the easiest thing to accomplish. Everyone is very clique-ish from management down to clerks and mail-handlers. Pay is meh and it changes depending on what grade you are. I was a level 6 but because I used certain equipment to complete tasks I was paid as a level 7 for that task only. You accumulate paid leave by how much you work. I think every pay period you’re awarded a day or 8 hours.
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Mail Processing Clerk (Current Employee) –  Lithonia, GA15 October 2019
It's a job, the United States Postal Service is what you make of it. Its fast paced. Compensation and benefits are good. It's good to meet people and be able to work independently your growth will depend on it.
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5,0
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Heavy Working
Mail Processing Clerk (Current Employee) –  San Diego, CA12 October 2019
If you work for USPS and be prepared to get force to work overtime no matter if they ask you to do. Also they can make you to move other position that you dont want it
Pros
great pay
Cons
short break
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Awful.
Mail Processing Clerk (Former Employee) –  Eureka, CA 955019 October 2019
Full time DiOSS 1 Operator. The Eureka Main Post office is the worst place to work. Poor management, low morale, machine failure translated to clerk failure to management. Co workers (for the most part) were mean, vindictive and awful. I would never seek employment from them again. Even $18 an hour can’t make me stay. Especially in California.
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Not a good job for family
Mail Clerk (Former Employee) –  Jackson, MS7 October 2019
Worked there for 5 years and I was either working or sleeping. No family time or life in general. It was easy work with great job security. Management however was horrible and I was descriminated against which ending in filing greivances.
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5,0
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Nice place to work
Mail Processing Clerk (Current Employee) –  Denver, CO5 October 2019
Very good
Value are kept
Very friendly
Very interesting work with them
Very well arrange
Very much easier to work
Good working condition
Good people
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5,0
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Fast paced and great pay
PTF MAIL CLERK (Current Employee) –  Kentucky2 October 2019
If you want the benefits and the hours this is the place to go. It is like having another family. They watch their people's backs and do what they can for their employees.
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3,0
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Upredictable
Mail Clerk/ Dispatch Manager (Current Employee) –  Milford, CT2 October 2019
As a clerk at USPS, any given day could be the easiest most relaxing, or you could have days where it seems nothing going right and it all avalanches from their.
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2,0
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Great pay but...
Window Clerk/mail processing (Former Employee) –  Huntington, WV1 October 2019
Pays great benefits are good. But, promotion is usually done to get rid of someone who cannot do their job or gets in trouble. Environment can be volatile at times. District managers concerned with numbers only, not mail/employee ratio. You great days and not so great. Mondays and days after holidays can be devastating. Good pay, but plan on working hard.
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3,0
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challenging
Mail Processing Clerk (Former Employee) –  Federal Way, WA27 September 2019
need to be patient get along with your co workers pay attention to details be careful to your surroundings for your own safety and others be on time and work wisely
Pros
good supervisors give free lunches
Cons
no free lunches from tight supervisors
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3,0
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Mail Processing Clerk (Former Employee) –  Wichita, KS25 September 2019
I would recommend the PSE Plant position to those who are highly antisocial. Even a modicum of speaking (while actively working or not) is one of the grounds for termination. Work fast, work quiet, and do whatever the heck they tell you to do. 3rd shift hours very, they try not to go into over-time, and I worked 6-7pm to 2-4am. Also, though there were female employees I noticed a male preference, and even overheard some of the seasoned female workers complaining about how their male colleagues treated them one day. The pay and benefits are great, and there is promotion within to various other jobs but you have to be there 4-6 years before you can choose something else. And even then seniority, not skill/ability, comes first.
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Mail Clerk (Former Employee) –  Irvine, CA21 September 2019
The postal company is a great place to work it is stressful but if you have enough patient you can survive. It is a fast pace company depending on what position you get you start time is early in the morning.
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Super poor management
Mail Clerk (Former Employee) –  Brookside, NJ21 September 2019
The postal service is only in business because they have a monopoly on mail delivery. If other companies could deliver mail, the USPS would have been out of business decades ago. They lose money every year, and yet nothing has changed. They hire people that can't even speak English. Basically, they will hire anyone that has a pulse. Management consists of idiots that couldn't get a job elsewhere. They are dumb as a stump, and have no idea on how to interact with employees, as well as the public. I could go on and on, but i won't. Do yourself a favor and find a real job. The USPS has become a haven for a rare breed of people.
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No work-life balance, unfair treatment
Mail processing Clerk (Former Employee) –  Dallas, TX19 September 2019
Not able to have a life oitside of work. Schedule is 6days straight with 10hour shifts. Its caused me to have depression & anxiety. Unfair treatment of lower ranked employees. "Regulars" pass all the work off to lower ranks and supervisors allow it.
Pros
Pay, benefits
Cons
Health problems, in humaine conditions, heartless management
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3,0
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Its okay.
Mail Clerk (Former Employee) –  Cincinnati, OH19 September 2019
It's an okay company to work for. There's is a union for every position within the organization which is crazy to me, they go by seniority and bidding interms of advancement into a new role or shift you may want. Also keep track of your hours and time. They hhave messed up paychecks sometimes.
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2,0
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Good money, no life
Mail Processing Clerk (Current Employee) –  Harrisburg, PA19 September 2019
Money is good. Have to wait over a year to become “regular “ to get full perks of job. First years, work 6 days a week. Then you will have 2 days off. Overtime pay is worth it. Can make up to 2,000 a paycheck with holiday paychecks. You will work 24/7 at first.
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2,0
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horrible management
Window Clerk/Mail Processing (Current Employee) –  Juneau, AK18 September 2019
compensation is excellent in some areas but in particularly expensive areas there is not COLA because it's averaged by entire states rather than local areas. Management is very typical government style...aka...terrible. Poor communication, no consequence for lying or omitting details. Union well known for not caring unless your steward stands to make money from your grievance. Ergonomics nonexistent. Do this only if you are desperate or just need insurance for your family. Must be able to leave work at work and not really care about the integrity or quality of the business as a whole.
Pros
insurance
Cons
lack of integrity
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