This is a company that does not care about employees
Delivery Planner (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 1 November 2013
If you are in a union, this is a great job! If you are not.....so sorry! This company preaches values and work/life balance but never follows through. The bottom lines rules and management is overpaid and the company is top-heavy.
If you are non-union, regardless of years of service, if they need to cut costs, you are gone! No warning, no options, just gone.....
Mail Clerk - Mail Carrier (Former Employee) – Okotoks, AB – 8 December 2017
A typical day with Canada post as a deliverer or as a clerk is very similar from office to office. The jobs performed each day are quite a wide range of different jobs such as sorting, bundling, redirecting, imputing parcels, dealing with customers, and opening and closing the office. The hardest part of my job is often dealing with customers. Since dealing with mail can often be dealing with people's livelihood if there are any mistakes in the system, it affects people in large ways which can cause frustration with customers, understandably so. I have learned a great deal of skills working with Canada post which is quite valuable and will be useful in the future. The hardest part of working for Canada post is the politics involved with the current management.