I don't have all day to wait because I have to pick up the kiddos from school, but I really want to get these in the mail so thought I would give it a few minutes to see if anyone else came to assist the lone clerk. In the 5 minutes I was there, TWO different people came out from the back, stared at the line, and returned to the back room. They didn't pick up or drop off anything, they just saw the long line and retreated to the safety of the back room.
I walked out, disgusted, packages in hand, with three other people.
Don't get me wrong. I don't know why the two guys didn't help the one lady who was doing her best to get through the line. She was working pretty hard. I just wish there was a blogger or reader out there who could explain why those two people wouldn't jump in to help speed up the process for everyone.
I miss my old post office because it had one of those automated postal machines that you could weigh small packages on and pay and print your labels without waiting in line. It was a trader's dream.
Has anyone out there worked for the USPS? I need to know why a customer service oriented business doesn't care about customer service. At least in my limited experience.