6 Comments on "USPS OIG Audit Asks: Do First-Line Supervisors Have Adequate Resources to Perform Their Duties?"

  1. No to the above questions….we all know who ‘upward mobility’ is for.

  2. Do first-line supervisors have the right qualifications to ensure execution of responsibilities? That’s an easy to answer… 99 & 44/100% do not have the qualifications.

    Are first-line supervisors (permanent and acting 204b) provided with adequate training? If not, what additional training would you recommend? Does the lack of training negatively impact their ability to execute supervisory tasks?
    Another easy answer… Whomever the pet is gets promoted to supervisor by an another idiot that was promoted and doesn’t have a clue. So what happens now is you have two idiots who has no clue as to what needs to be done.
    If you have ever worked for the USPS you would understand what I’m saying!

    • Injured employees get promoted to be supervisors. How does that make any sense? Get hurt and get a promotion.

  3. Carol Marchand | May 24, 2019 at 5:23 pm | Reply

    No to all questions and how about teaching them basic human compassion. 90% of the supervisors and higher get a attitude and just try to screw the employees over.

  4. Do first-line supervisors have the right qualifications to ensure execution of responsibilities?
    Many do not appear to have the proper mental qualifications IMHO.

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