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  • Company Outlook
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  • Fair Pay
    3.3
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    3.2
  • Manager Communication
    3.5
  • Manager Relationship
    3.6
  • Pay Transparency
    3.6
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U.S. Postal Service (USPS) Reviews

What is it like working at U.S. Postal Service (USPS)?

I have more job security than most. Although I may be paid less than others in my region, I am earning a pension that many others in the region will not enjoy.
Customer Service Supervisor in San Jose:
Pros: The diversity of work enviornments
Cons: Fellow supervisors are not always good team players.
Love it. Enjoy the delivery side so much.
United States Postal Worker (Carrier) in Davenport:
Pros: Being my own boss on the street. Salary is good. Steady income.
Cons: P
Amazon wins.
United States Postal Worker (Carrier) in Bremerton:
Pros: My co-workers and the dogs on my route
Cons: Amazon packages; unrealistic expectatations and policies that don't seem to be based on good work practices, efficiency, or a knowledge of how the job is normally getting done.
What I like most working for the U.S. Postal Service is that it is a fast Pace Job.
Mail Handler in Pensacola:
Pros: Working as a Team Player is what i enjoy the most
Cons: not having health benefits
Too Heavily Burdened.
Postal Service Mail Carrier in Phenix City:
Pros: Taking care of Customers and being outside a good bit of the day.
Cons: too much work and not enough employees to carry it most days..leading to regularly 12 hour days or some employees working 7 days a week with no relief in sight...working with out dated equipment or delivering in trucks with no air conditioning (with heat coming off engine into cab) or no heat in winter and working with no breaks.
Post Retirement Job.
Finance Manager in Oklahoma City:
Pros: Wide-ranging company, the world is your oyster if you go after it. You and go anywhere in the US and reinvent yourself if you wish. Great opportunities for those with any type of drive.
Cons: Politics
Leading Sales Teams to Build Funnels, Advance Opportunities & Close Sales.
District Sales Manager in Richardson:
Pros: I have mentored dozens of employees on my teams to achieve great success and promotion ready to the very highest levels of management within the company.
Cons: Limited opportunities for advancement.