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It's a terrible job.. worst job I ever had hands down... the bullying and harassment is out of this world... cheat slaves, that's what we are. $4 above the minimum wage... and to start, you are on call and won't get called for months.

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If you have a DL THEN yr hired. Company so desperate for anyone.

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Treat temp employees with respect, we work hard. They only sit in the office and don't know what is going out there in the real world. Organize the workplace better so employees can work more better. Don't be vindictive. If someone messed up one day, remember the other days they did a good job, and let the bad day go.

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Youre treated like a subhuman. Low pay, not valued, advancement is extremely rare.

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Yes,to help other people

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Vancouver Island less than minimum wage given the long days. NO OVERTIME PAY. Plus u have to provide own car with very expensive delivery insurance, no benefits....SO MUCH better to apply for letter delivery agent with full benefits, company vehicle, and OVERTIME pay....

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The turnover for RSMC (Rural and Suburban Mail Carriers) is huge - so if you have a vehicle, and show up to your interview - you are hired.

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The shift are min of 3 hrs. you can be send home after 3 hrs. Max is 8 hrs unless you are asked to stay OT. Hrs are not guarantee. The casual staff waits for the call each morning no schedule all base on sonority, term position, calls, advancement to full time or part time are base on sonority. Shift are 99% night time, remember mail gets picked up during the day, sorting occurs at night.

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Uniform is provided for all occasions

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Training for a seasonal on-call Postal Clerk is three full days. It is a combination of classroom and floor training.

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