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a safe and pleasant place to work
Dispatcher/ training officer/ temporary supervisor (Ancien employé) –  Welland, ON13 août 2018
loading trucks
distributing mail
sorting mail including letter mail/parcels
presenting mail to the letter carriers
receiving mail from pickups and prepping for dispatch
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good benefits
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angry frustrated workers, slave drivers, bullies
postal clerk (Employé actuel) –  Calgary, AB12 août 2018
Worst place ever to work, they bully their workers, bot allowed to talk, micromanage, i would refer this place to anyone to work, there have been suicides, people constantly getting hurt, they blame it on the employees. etc.
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everything
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Great Place to work
LETTER CARRIER/DELIVERY AGENT (Employé actuel) –  Brampton, ON10 août 2018
It's a great company to work for. Just wish they would give their P/T and Temp employees benefits especially when you have a family.

Working as a letter carrier is very challenging since you have to work in all weather conditions rain or shine even snow storms!
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your own boss
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driving and walkng door to door to delivery mail in any weather condition
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Supervisor (Employé actuel) –  St Laurent, QC9 août 2018
Typical day at work is professional. Health and safety along with diversity is promoted. The dress code is simple; decent closing, no loose clothing, tied hair and no jewelry.
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Pension plan and very competitive wages.
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Union environment protects unproductive workers
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Forklift Instructor (Canada Post Corporation)
Certified Forklift Instructor (Ancien employé) –  Halifax, NS9 août 2018
In my capacity as a Forklift Instructor, my work day was initially organized by myself and rearranged when necessary by the participants. Thereby providing participants an interactive direct role in their development.
I learned, whenever I gave participants a role to play in their development, they the (learner) was more apt to grasp what was being taught and took greater ownership of the knowledge gained.
The workplace culture was relaxed and stress free.
After 5 days working and socializing together each working day, having to say farewell to all the participants was the hardest part of the job.
The most enjoyable part of the job was, presenting each participant with their licenses.
Points positifs
Working with people
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I have no problems with this profession and the company I worked for.
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rsmc canada post (Rural and Suburban Mail Carrier)
rsmc (Ancien employé) –  Timmins, ON8 août 2018
start at 6:30 in morning sort out mail
next sort out parcel
then finish sort out magazine and redirected mail
when done tied out mail
then load your own vehicle
not allowed to leave before 9:30

summer it is a nice job you have less mail and parcels and weather is nice...still sometime i had two load. Parcels have double or triple since i start.

In Christmas time starting in September to February you start at 6:30 sometime until 7:00 and you don't have lunch or break, you can take some if you want but you will finish later. You are pay to the ROUTE NOT BY HOURS, and you are averaging about 1200.00 for 2 weeks.

Really stress full, EVERY BODY ARE ORDERING ONLINE NOW PARCELS ARE BIGGER AND YOU HAVE A LOT. You have also the flyers not bad in summer but in winter you are frozing your finger and after delivering it people who don't want them give them back to you. I have froze my my finger once they were peeling the next day.

Letter carrier don't have to deliver when is it to cold but because you have a vehicle you can reheat in it, So you deliver anyway even if it take you longer cause you are not pay by hours.

Letter carrier can replace you pay 20.00 hours double salary in over time. Meaning they have a better salary then you have to do your own job.

Really hard and stress full job, no equity salary, really frustrating job couldn't take this unfairness anymore because for me nothing was making any sense. Union protect letter carrier not rsmc.(Rural and Suburban Mail Carrier)
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Looked forward to working everyday
Letter Carrier (Ancien employé) –  Winnipeg, MB6 août 2018
arrive at at work around 7;30, sort mail for about 45 min -hour,wait for parcels to arrive, while puting together flyers that go out for the day
sort parcels and priority mail now its 8;30, and load up postal van, and hopefully traffic is good and weather is pleasent,all of those things includeing the 700-1000 houses and apts you must go to everyday and , and at about 330 400 your done.
alot of walking and watching your time and dont forget to deliver ayour mail or you can get written up and possibly fired, dependd on the supervisor, the odd one will get off on getting people in trouble,
hardest part of the job is managing flyers and flats and mail with only 2 hands,, but u get used to it
most enjoyable part is when you drop your last piece of mail and head home.
Points positifs
Exercise and get paid.
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stung by wasps
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mail carrier (Ancien employé) –  Richmond, BC4 août 2018
Apparently they haven't heard of coffees and lunch breaks. Too much work. While working at Canada Post me and coworkers did not take daily coffee and lunch breaks and their was many workplace injuries.
Points positifs
Some pension
Points négatifs
Injuries
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Casual call in so not much work
Postal Clerk (Employé actuel) –  Norris Arm, NL2 août 2018
Hard part is I love the job not enough hours but really can't take a full time position and loose my position at Canada Post. The best part of the job is helping customers
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All of it
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No hours means no money most of the year. No benefits or any of that.
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Very good job
Assistant Manager (Ancien employé) –  Edmonton, AB28 juillet 2018
awesome benefits and very good work place. no complaints, just wish I did not have to leave due to schedule conflicts. Definitely miss this job and would recommend it.
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Not a bad job, but not that good either.
Mail Service Courier (Employé actuel) –  4567 Dixie Rd or 969 Eastern Ave28 juillet 2018
Well the truth be told that if you're planning on working for CPC, be prepared to spend a lot of time waiting for the phone call telling you that there is work available. As a "Term Employee" which is what you will be until you are offered a full time (highly unlikely unless you want the grueling work of a letter carrier) or part time status, you will make about $6 an hour less (and without ANY benefits) despite doing the EXACT same work as those with permanent status. Thats right, huge wage and benefit discrimination at Canada Post between term and permanent employees.

Management range from abusive, especially if you are a newbie, to excellent. Most co-workers are professional and eager to help those with less on the job experience. Canada Post vehicles range from new (Dodge Promaster and Ford Transit) to borderline unsafe (Utilimaster Step Van, commonly known as "ice cream truck") for MSC's.

The hardest part of the job is dealing with rather ambitious pick up, delivery and clearance schedules in difficult downtown traffic conditions where it is virtually impossible to finish the job and take your entitled 2 breaks and lunch over an 8 hour shift. The most enjoyable part of the job is interacting with regular customers as a customer service expert and CPC ambassador. The job can be easy at times, but it can also be grueling as well.
Points positifs
Newer vehicles have A/C
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Step Vans are an oven in summer, ice box in winter!
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Could have been the best
On call (Ancien employé) –  Port Hardy, BC26 juillet 2018
The management was poor and the people who have worked there over 20 years like to ride on their high horse. A previous person quit because of a certain bully on the team. (She bullies costumers too) Than I apply and felt bullied and not liked. If they dont like you they will make you feel like an outsider. I felt pretty dumb and incapable of the job because of the bully as well. Basically if you can stand up to snooty women..than the job is right for you.
Points positifs
Good pay
Points négatifs
Possible bullying
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POSTAL CLERK (Ancien employé) –  Toronto, ON24 juillet 2018
The holiday season is a mess and long lineups with little staff working. You get to work as a team or alone. You get to understand a lot about the mailing process.
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working holidays
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On call relief rsmc (ocre)
RSMC OCRE (Employé actuel) –  Cobourg, ON24 juillet 2018
The reviews here don't reflect the actual RSMC OCRE (on call relief) positions. Be sure to read the right reviews for a clear picture of how awful it is. I'm not sure how Canada Post gets away with it. Low pay, long hours, heavy parcel load, unmaintained sloppy routes to cover, slow to support, quick to discipline, stressful and overwhelming.
The OCRE position is a hoop that must be jumped through before obtaining a route or full employment.
RSMC OCRE's are expected to complete the sorting, tie out and delivery of mail and parcels when the route owner calls in sick or needs coverage. Not all route owners keep their route in good shape. Those are the routes you'll be working on and you'll only be compensated at 85% of the lowest route value. So if the route value is $21,000 - $25,000 you'll get paid at 85% of $21,000 (calculated at a daily route value... and good luck finding that out!). You will be slower than the route owner and any route issues will slow you down further (issues include boxes without numbers or hidden in grasses, keys that don't work well, locks you can't open, sorting mail issues like improperly addressed mail and directional errors etc.). The longer it takes you the less you get paid. Managers cover their own butts instead of listening to their employees and fixing the problem routes so their RSMC OCRE's can succeed. On my second call in after training I worked 12.5 hours on a route under extreme anxiety and felt like a complete failure not being able to finish the route. On my second attempt at the same route I gave up after 8.5 hours and turned around
  plus... again returning mail and parcels and ending my shift after 10 hours only to get hauled in to the office in an investigation a week later and a disciplinary note in my personal file. This is common place procedure. Another OCRE in the office already had 4 letters in her personal file after 6 months. It's brutal. On top of regular mail volume there is addressed mail advertising, flyers and over 20 parcels per day that add to your route time. At Christmas route owners work unpaid Saturdays to deliver heavy volumes of parcels.
If you have kids at home, this is not for you. You cannot bypass this part and get your own route.
Be sure to read the correct reviews. ON CALL RELIEF is where you start.
SUGGESTION: Get the training. As soon as you you've got it switch to being a contractor for full 100% route payment (paid once a month though!) while you learn and get your understanding and speeds up then apply again to be an On Call Relief RSMC when you've gotten fast enough to be paid at a decent rate and wait it out till you get your own route.
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Points positifs
Some extremely nice and hardworking and helpful people work alongside you.
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Many, Pay inequity, Paid at 85% of lowest route value and work longer hours than route owner, Pay is unknown until paystub, Mail routes full of issues slow you down even more making your wage less and less for a harder route, "Too bad for you" management mindset, Quick to blame and discipline staff, Customers call you "Lazy" when they don't get their parcels to the door, Made to feel incompetent, A job where the common phrase is "Don't get overwhelmed" should tingle your spidy senses
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Operations Supervisor (Employé actuel) –  Sydney, NS22 juillet 2018
Basically Canada Post is similar to any other large Corporation in terms of Cash Flow. Obviously they need more cash coming in than going out and they are trying to cut costs to help increase credit as opposed to debt. My career with Canada Post has been exceptional. I have earned great money and learned many skills within this large Corporation.
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Salary, customer service, Management, safety
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attention to front line
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Great company to work for. Iconic brand.
DELIVERY AGENT (Employé actuel) –  Toronto, ON22 juillet 2018
Great company to work for. Iconic brand.

The most important thing is to follow orders from your immediate bosses and don't rock the boat. Just do your job and avoid conflicts. Always file a grievance if you need to.
Points positifs
Good company
Points négatifs
Things don't work well as operations always has to tip toe around the CBA
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Excellente entreprise
Agent de livraison (Employé actuel) –  Laval, QC19 juillet 2018
L'entreprise en soi est géniale, mais le processus pour obtenir un poste permanent est long et complexe.
Points positifs
Syndicat
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Heures insuffisantes
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Great workplace with great employers
Cashier, Customer Service (Ancien employé) –  Cornwall, ON19 juillet 2018
A typical day consists of dealing with customers, complaints and serving them, ensuring that parcels and letters are sent out and sorted properly. Ensure parcels that are dropped off are put in the computer, keeping the department clean and helping others when needed.
Points positifs
Upbeat steady workplace
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Long hours, some upset customer
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Learn to overcome working outside - Too much bureaucracy
Letter Carrier (Permanent Part-Time) (Ancien employé) –  Edmonton, AB18 juillet 2018
Good mental and physical challenges to keep job fresh.
Difficult to secure fulltime work as highly compeitive. Not able to get full-time hours at first.
Must be flexible to sort and deliver mail anywhere in Edmonton- tend to be assigned and work out of a regular depot.
Speak with fellow letter carriers to find tips and tricks to get faster and to dress appropriately for changing daily weather.
Acquire Canada Post attire asap.
If injured, be aware that WCB uses their own doctors and schedules for being fit to return to work. This is often too ambitious and insufficient.
poor to no benefits until full-time which can take years.
Points positifs
Do work on own schedule, outside every day, get to know city much, much better
Points négatifs
outside every day, Management is very authoritative/NOT collaborative, expect WCB team not to consult you or to ask for your opinions
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Service à la clientèle (Ancien employé) –  Orléans (45)13 juillet 2018
- Parfat premier emploi j'ai appris beaucoup sur le services à la clientèle et comment venir en aider au client.
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