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T6/Vet
04-01-2015
11:39 PM ET (US)
Sandra, I'm up in New Hampshire and I am amazed that it is that bad in Boston. What kind of hours per week are you getting?
4764
Sandra
04-01-2015
08:06 PM ET (US)
John B I am right outside of Boston. It's a nice rectangular double sided glossy advertisement and in big bold letters it says:

" USPS NOW HIRING Boston, we need you to deliver for us!"

It's a different world out here. Cost of living is through the roof and anything below $22-21 dollars doesn't cut it here for this kind of work.
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John B
04-01-2015
06:05 PM ET (US)
Oh yea. I could have guessed Boston. I don't think I'd work there ever. I'm happy in where I am in California.
4762
GP
04-01-2015
05:57 PM ET (US)
They're sending the now hiring ccas thing in Boston. I got one yesterday and laughed to myself because I quit.
4761
John B
04-01-2015
03:11 PM ET (US)
Can you tell me what city you are in? Which city is so desperate that USPS is paying for a every door mailing for CCAs?
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Sandra
04-01-2015
01:37 PM ET (US)
I got two house to house runs in the mail yesterday. The first was from the USPS pleading with the public for them to help get the mail delivered as a CCA for $15.68 an hour (my 5th mailing for CCA's that I have received)

The second house to house run I got was from Postmates.com/applynow for $25.00 an hour.

I wonder which one the customers are going to give serious thought too...
4759
John B
04-01-2015
09:40 AM ET (US)
Mc Donald's is a lot less pay and you work Sunday's and most holiday there too.
4758
RIKSNYPerson was signed in when posted
04-01-2015
09:38 AM ET (US)
"It is what it is. I know what that means. It means, 'You're screwed. And you're going to stay screwed.'" Bill Murray, in St. Vincent
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alaska mailmanPerson was signed in when posted
04-01-2015
08:23 AM ET (US)
What did you expect. When you were hired it said you would be required to work all hours as assigned. Yes it sucks but it is what it is, nothing can be done about it.
4756
Amore
04-01-2015
07:07 AM ET (US)
We are forced to work all day on Easter Sunday. We told our boss that some of us were religious and had family plans that day.

We were then told if you don't show up on Easter Sunday then don't show up Monday and start looking for a new job
4755
alaska mailmanPerson was signed in when posted
03-31-2015
10:15 PM ET (US)
NEWBEECCA- Depends on the office. Why don't you try asking your supervisor.
4754
John B
03-31-2015
01:18 PM ET (US)
I know that each district and Amazon "hub" office is different. Mine does Amazon every holiday except christmas and New Years day. But that was just the first year, we'll see about this year. So far all the holidays have been done (except new year).
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NEWBEECCA
03-31-2015
12:30 PM ET (US)
Does anyone know if USPS does amazon on Easter Sunday
4752
John B
03-29-2015
05:18 PM ET (US)
No comment or opinion...
4751
CCAtoRegular
03-29-2015
05:11 PM ET (US)
I had the opportunity to join at orientation but there wasn't enough time for me to read the material. Thank goodness really because I only worked 10 hours the first few weeks. Now... I thought I had more steady hours (working 50 hours a week)and could afford to my hours were cut back last week and I only worked 18 hours. If I hand it to him, which will be sooner than later, I am sure he will take it. We are suppose to be getting a new PM. The one filling in now is actually a supervisor hoping to get the position. During the mean time, I am working as a clerk & filling in for regular carriers.
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postalvetPerson was signed in when posted
03-29-2015
04:49 PM ET (US)
/m4745 never ask management for anything that has to do with the union. you will always get incorrect info.
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