- November 07, 2012 - 09:05
I agree female postal carrier,these people open their mouths about people's wages when they don,t know anything about it,just like the same bunch mouthing of about Tims at the HSC making $30.00 an hour.Most Likely these are the ones that never worked a day in their life sitting home collecting their welfare cheques being delived by Canada post.I do agree that postal sevices are very costly,that more people are using other means,but then our gas is going up everyday,a family can afford to eat out as much as we used to do so everything we do will cost us.So if Canada post do not do something there will be major job loss,who wants to loose their jobs we all have families to feed,so before @ Eli before you open your big mouth do your homework first.
- November 06, 2012 - 14:30
So what will our babyesque mail carriers want for this, a payscale based on the number of one-stop boxes on their routes? Now lets see: $28.50 an hour for Route 12, that has 2 community mailboxes. $37.80 an hour for route 17, that has 4 community mailboxes. And of course ensure they're snow cleared.
- female mail carrier
- November 06, 2012 - 20:08
I don't understand what you are trying to say. I am a mail carrier in C.B.S. and I can tell you not one of us mail carriers get $28.50 or $3780 an hour. We don't make close to this. We are paid a flat rate per day and if we are 2 hrs or 10 hrs that is all we are paid. Get your facts before being critical. If you want to make waves then do it to Canada Post.