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Not realistic in that you only talk to management. Ask to speak to the employees who can give you more information if you get an offer. Some
groups are great. Some are terrible with bad managers who encourage toxicity and CYA behavior. So get further information from employees before you consider working there

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40 plus a week if you're working at the usps plant as oppose to a neighborhood post office and be prepared to stay an extra 2 hours if you're not a regular at the plant. Just when you think your shift is over a supervisor from the next tour will tap you on the shoulder and tell you 2 stay

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Bad management. Poor pay. Harrassment. Disrespectful supervisors

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The entire management system is outdated and dysfunctional. Throw the entire thing out and hire people to create a modern and intelligent management team and philosophy that actually supports workers and encourages managers to nurture and reward talent.

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The customers I love them the people in the office are horrible this job basically is who knows who and they gang up to get you fired

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