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I loved it and I never should have let my job go I miss it. They train you well and if you still need more they explain it till you get it I had the privilege to also work in Timmins and Chapleau every place is different but no matter where you are the workers are great to work with
Everyone is respectful of everyone it’s a great place to work
I found the travelling long and I find the shipping of parcels to be sometime confusing
- nothing bad to say about this job - would not of left except I moved to B.C. - lots of travelling and upset home-life prevented me from continuing to work for the post office - have tried to get back in - exceptional supervisors and managers - great associates to work with
I was mostly volunteering and to learn what the work space would be. I learned customer service, and how to receive/send mail and packages. I've worked only one day with a relative of mine who worked at the post office in a mall.
Canada Post can be a fun place to work once you are established, but the road to a permanent position it is very challenging. You must be high energy, very organized, detail oriented, physically capable and willing to work under any circumstances, including but not limited to extreme weather conditions. Taking on random routes as assigned to get your career started can be overwhelming. If you survive training, the pay and benefits are awesome!
I loved working at Canada Post. I especially loved customer service and being part of a team. The work was heavy and I like hard work and I was very fast and will respected by my bosses. The job paid well and kept me and my son well and provided many things that I would not have had as a single parent of 15 years.
I worked at the Thorhild County Post Office. I liked that job very much because something was always happening, I worked the front counter meaning dealing with the customers as well as working in the back loading and unloading letters and parcels overall it was a great job
some times it was hard to juggle the customers and the packing organization
Good job with good pension and benefits. the warehouse facilities usually work 24 hours a day, so you have a variety of shifts to choose from. Also, there are casual positions, as well as permanent part-time and full-time positions.
heavy, repeatative work