CIty Letter Carrier (Former Employee) – Asheboro, NC – 21 September 2019
USPS is a good company to work for however you will work long hours and up to 7 days a week depending on amazon. Pay and benefits are good however work life balance is almost non existent. You start out as a CCA (city carrier assistant) your considered part time even though you will work 40 plus hours per week and sometimes 7 days per week. Every aspect of the postal service in micromanaged and management treats employees as a number more than a member of the postal service team.
Good Benefits and Pay
Start as part time and only make career when someone retires or quits.
Not a place to work if you are female and/or have a family.
Mail Carrier (Current Employee) – Rochester, NY – 12 October 2019
• No maternity leave. Must use your accumulated vacation/sick time. Hope you have it! • Working in the office is stressful, but actually carrying the mail (on a nice day) is relaxing. • I dont feel the job pays nearly enough for what you do. From the second you clock in, they track your every move. You can never take it easy. You ALWAYS need to be moving because the GPS is tracking you.
Easy job that anyone can do.
Must work weekends, and many days off, No maternity leave, Carriers and supervisors constantly in your business, Low pay considering job (outside in painfully cold weather), Go go go constantly non stop, Bad on your joints over time, No HR department, so people act ridiculous with no consequences, Waterproof clothing/boots are not waterproof.