Officer In Charges at US Postal Service give their company a 4.9 out of 5.0, while the average rating for US Postal Service is 3.7, making them 28% happier than every other employee at US Postal Service and 9% happier than every other Officer In Charge on CareerBliss - the happiest Officer In Charges work for United States Air Force.
"I loved my position and I advance very quickly, but due to the USPS office closures, I would not have a position any longer."
"There is no longer service in the Postal Service."
What do you like about working at US Postal Service?
Do you have any tips for others interviewing with this company?
"If they ask you, the customer is always right. Have an answer ready for question if encounter an angry customer. If you are a Vet and there is an opening, it is yours, just protest if they don't give it to you."
What don't you like about working at US Postal Service?
"Too many Chiefs and not enough Indians. Bonuses to Postmasters and Managers if employees did not take sick leave, as you lose it when quit or retire. Management put wedges between crafts."
What suggestions do you have for management?
"Work - don't just sit in your office and put pressure on your shorthanded staff to do all the work. Treat your employees with respect instead pressuring them to do more than is humanly possible."
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