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Old Today, 01:52 PM
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Hi there ! I'm married to a postal worker, member of APWU...who will be transferring to Arkansas District in just over a year from now. If you can identify with these companies and are familiar with Arkansas District, then this is a question SPECIFICALLY for you to help with- I would like to know what Arkansas District is like so we can prepare.

Regardless of the U.S. Postal Service being a NATIONAL entity, on local levels, things are done differently. For example, in Louisiana District, folks rarely follow procedures but receive training readily provided by the Installation, whereas, in places like CA, governing the districts can be much more rigid and whether or not someone gets a special type of training depends on his/her seniority? How is Arkansas? Do they play by the rules in any capacity? What is the room for advancement like?

I am aware that there is nepotism, union corruption, and other interesting things EVERYWHERE, but that doesn't mean I don't want to know what goes on. I've tried researching "LiteBLue" and other online resources, but have found nothing on Arkansas District, so input is greatly-appreciated.
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