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45% of employees recommend this company to their friends

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“Simple but uninspiring job. Inept management”

Once you find your routine, it's a very simple job and is well paid for what you actually do. Also, there's a good amount of job security.

It gets easily demoralising to traipse around in horrible weather conditions day after day, month after month. It's physically hard and your body goes through a fair amount of toil. There's a rigid management structure in place which means there's very little opportunity for promotion. It's typical to have one manager for around 20+ postmen. The management interfere too much and should let the postmen get on with their jobs.

Nothing really unusual

“Dreadful place for full timers to work”

The money is good

Poor working conditions, shifts that are too long, no toilet facilities, vehicles that don't get fixed. Don't get paid for overtime. They want a part time work force on 0 - 20 hr contracts while managers are top heavy and all full time. If you're delivering or collecting mail there is little contact with other workers. Anyone doing this for a long time will need medical insurance as knee and back problems from carrying mail that is too heavy and walking in excess of 8 miles a day is common.

The managers now have rarely done the job they are paid to manage, they ignore staff and do everything to cut costs. Health and safety is a paper exercise only - does not get translated into practice for workers

“Outdated modes of work practice.”

The pay and meeting people

There seems to be a reluctance to move forward and improve. As the managers constantly chase their arses trying to get routes covered there's no time to initiate improvements. We used GPS to measure walk distances and some walks are 40% less than others and nothing is done which causes resentment. Nothing seems transparent.

The seniority system. If this was used in Football Bobby Charlton would be playing for England still because of time served. Outdated !!

“privatisation was a con, canteen food sucks!! and is too expensive!”

job seems quite secure, the pay isn't too bad depending on shift pattern.

repetitive, mundane,managers seem hell bent on cutting costs so they can line their pockets with bonuses when targets are met. cuts are made in the wrong places,instead of cutting staff and installing more managers,try doing the reverse,where i work, the place can run on autopilot without supervision, everybody knows their job and knows what needs to done. World class mail just creates more admin roles for otherwise obsolete managers, cut the jobs in the right places!!!

When a manager makes a mistake, they are just sent out on 'gardening leave' for a few months, when a postperson does the same they are suspended, pending a hearing, then sacked and can only get their job back via tribunal, find some common ground, too much one for one ........!!!

“pay is good, job security good considering current climate,”

pay rate and security, banter and staff

union restricting improvement and growth they are so stuck in the past and out of touch, long days with more and more work put on everyone including managers they want their pound of flesh and more

“The Leadership in Royal Mail is crap,most of the CWU are want to be managers”

being Full Time,the pay is good

Being Part Time working the same hours as Full Time without being payed.Most managers get away with bullying

managers and CWU being the same

“dont like women workers, FULL STOP”

wages at the end of the week

managers and groups of male bullies

someone being nice to you

“A public sector service company , wrong mismanaged for the last 20 years trying to make a bussiness out of it .”

It is a great Job thats been torn apart by mis management which has ended up with a unachieveable work load in the time given , inept managers trying to bully people into working for nothing to make them look good . Now we have first line managers being builled by there managers that have no idea how royal mail letters should be run .

The whole of royal mail suffers from the wrong title of a parcel delivery service !! Royal mail letters should deliver letters our sister service parcelforce should be delivering the parcels .. The clue is there in the name .. Most of the manager only got there jobs as they could not handle the real work and only want to do the bare minimum to get they over inflated wages ... Health and safety police / gastarpo !!! Why are we wasting so much money on heath and safety when we are so short of improving the real buisness of delivering letters !! millions is waste on this ........ at the same time we cant get any uniform or saftey gear ???? They ... The whole of royal mail suffers from the wrong title of a parcel delivery service !! Royal mail letters should deliver letters our sister service parcelforce should be delivering the parcels .. The clue is there in the name .. Most of the manager only got there jobs as they could not handle the real work and only want to do the bare minimum to get they over inflated wages ... Health and safety police / gastarpo !!! Why are we wasting so much money on heath and safety when we are so short of improving the real buisness of delivering letters !! millions is waste on this ........ at the same time we cant get any uniform or saftey gear ???? They ask more and more of us but make it harder and harder to achieve !! In summary if it continues the way it is going it will fail like all the other companies that have been privatised by our corrupted and thieving goverment .. To be owned by some foreign land that creams the profit and steals money from our coutry . more

That for the last 20 years its managed to survive :O(

“A company where you can start at the bottom and work your way up. There are many different types of job and a full range of skills.”

The people. From all walks of life all with different stories to tell. Some have completed 50 years and never a day sick, some have been in demanding roles in other businesses but have come to Royal mail for a change

Making change. Instead of slowly moving forward making small changes continuously they tend to go for the big bang which is challenging for managers and difficult for people to accept.

They have an approach to the health and welfare of staff that is not fully appreciated until you need it but is also abused by the few.

“worst place ever”

nothing gd about it at all

leadership by far

its all crap

“Fairly good wage.”

A wage at the end of the week.

Way too many Managers, half of whom don't know the job they are managers of. Alot of managers brought in as graduates, so everything looks great on paper, but not in actuality. Bring in changes without testing first to see if the new system would work. The postperson/driver etc. are the people that try to tell management that the system might work better if ... but never get listended to. Very outdated systems, equipment not good enough for the tasks required. Old fashioned "jobs for the boys" system. Prevalent bullying. Too many "Managers' Favourites". Always the same people getting the best duty and lots of favou ... Way too many Managers, half of whom don't know the job they are managers of. Alot of managers brought in as graduates, so everything looks great on paper, but not in actuality. Bring in changes without testing first to see if the new system would work. The postperson/driver etc. are the people that try to tell management that the system might work better if ... but never get listended to. Very outdated systems, equipment not good enough for the tasks required. Old fashioned "jobs for the boys" system. Prevalent bullying. Too many "Managers' Favourites". Always the same people getting the best duty and lots of favours. more

The most unusual thing about working for Royal Mail would be if Royal Mail listened to their staff.

“Not as bad as some people paint it”

The people,maybe ive been lucky but the workmates ive had have been second to none. For the work you do the pay is not that bad.

Management interference,leave the people who know the job to do the job things will run an awful lot smoother

The range of jobs,i work in a mail centre and have done just about all the jobs that were available,yes even a manager for a while.

“Have worked for worse companies, people r ok, get on well with most if not all in my work area.”

There is nothing difficult in working for the company, every job in processing or distribution is a breeze, cant say the same for delivery lads n lasses, they get the harder part of the job, all respect to them. Team work, almost every one in a work area tries to engage to get the job done, this is good

Arrogant , useless, so called managers. Most are two faced,especially the senior ones, who would stab you in the back , first chance they get. You tell one something sensitive in confidence, before you know it half the office knows. Health and safety gone from one extreme to the other, bloody ridiculous now, cant do this , cant do that . Favouritism shown by certain managers toward their own ethnic groups, whether they be white, black or pink wid green spots. Mail centre managers that havent got a scooby doo how to talk to people, or to be precise their people or man management skills are absolute shite, any other firm would sack em on the s ... Arrogant , useless, so called managers. Most are two faced,especially the senior ones, who would stab you in the back , first chance they get. You tell one something sensitive in confidence, before you know it half the office knows. Health and safety gone from one extreme to the other, bloody ridiculous now, cant do this , cant do that . Favouritism shown by certain managers toward their own ethnic groups, whether they be white, black or pink wid green spots. Mail centre managers that havent got a scooby doo how to talk to people, or to be precise their people or man management skills are absolute shite, any other firm would sack em on the spot if they were heard talking to staff in the way they do. The attendance procedure, so called renewed , yet still senior managers are insisting that junior managers issue stage warnings to keep their percentage up, regardless of the circumstances surrounding any absence, you can be signed off work by a doctor, have a major operation or illness and still be issued with a warning despite having had less than 3 absences prior in 20 years service! so called world class mail programme, wot a load of crap, has made the job slower, and common sense has gone out of the window. people that have jumped on the band wagon and now getting paid manager rates are those that had no chance of getting into management and the majority are the laziest shits in the job. most know bugger all about the different work areas and come up with ideas that have been tried and rejected cos they do not work yet hey presto, cos its a world class idea it gets tried again, waste of company time and money , which would be better spent improving pay and equipment. The pay..... was earning more per week back in 1984 than I can earn now. Cwu led us up the garden path, n sold us down the river1 loss of Nda on overtime, Saturday premium, any overtime performed over ten hours paid at a lesser rate , is absolute crap. more

Despite the huge differences in the backgrounds and origins of the workforce, Royal Mail is one of the most diverse companies I have ever encountered. Yes, there is sometimes tension between different ethnic groups especially if someone is A) not pulling their weight and management are reluctant to challenge poor performance due to the ethnic background, knowing that senior management will not back them up.Or B) There is tension between their home nations, for instance the India /Pakistan border situation a few years ago. But on the whole, when working within a team in a work area the vast majority of staff get on really well, and get t ... Despite the huge differences in the backgrounds and origins of the workforce, Royal Mail is one of the most diverse companies I have ever encountered. Yes, there is sometimes tension between different ethnic groups especially if someone is A) not pulling their weight and management are reluctant to challenge poor performance due to the ethnic background, knowing that senior management will not back them up.Or B) There is tension between their home nations, for instance the India /Pakistan border situation a few years ago. But on the whole, when working within a team in a work area the vast majority of staff get on really well, and get the job done. Age , sex, or race, is generally disregarded by a team, as is sexuality. This is something Royal Mail can be proud of and should be rightly so more

“a business struggling to develop an identity”

royal mail is stepped in tradition and service quality

a complete lack of trust between senior and middle management, which reflects in the relationships between the frontline staff and delivery managers. the role of management should not be decided on seniority but suitability. having worked for royal mail in various capacitys over a ten year period culminating in delivery office management i have seen the constant bickering and back stabbing brought about by the lack of openness and honesty displayed by the salary banded staff, too little attention is paid to opinion formers in the community and now privatisation has come in shareholders will rulw with service slipping away.

you have the opportunity to impact on the society in which you live, and with the right personnel develop long term stable work relationships.

“The best job in the world”

Postman for 25 years. Treated brilliantly by the Royal Mail (through all the trouble) and would highly recommend RM as a place to work!

You're never going to be a millionaire a postmen but it's good exercise and keeps the heart in shape!

The way it's all changed in the last 10 years (for better and worse)

“Frustrating to see some of the negative reviews here”

I don't really get all the negativity around the royal mail on adzuna. "Demoralising traipse" and complaints about the weather? Really? Yes, it's physically demanding (and amazingly it does rain in Britain)! I still think it's a brilliant job and a real band of brother mentality

Management can be a bit pushy sometimes. I wish they just let us get on with it sometimes.

Amazingly, there are 150,000 of us! (staff that is, not just posties)

“Still there after thirteen years”

Exercise

The universal service means a clear office every day, what comes in must go out, staffing levels have been allowed to drop in favour of staff absorbing duties (more work). instead of using this strategy to cover duties when staff go sick, staff do it as a matter of course. Management love this, staff hate it. bullying is usual.

How can managers at delivery level be so thick and still remain in a job, there is no moral, just dead men walking

“job”

the pay good for the job you do

the managers do not have a clue! outside loo

do not listen to the men on the ground

“not what it used to be”

Great people (postmen and PO staff, not head office!)

Not what it used to be. Changed loads in the last few years for the worse.

Bad management

“Good opportunities for flexible working hours and additional hours”

It's a straightforward job to do, and you work with some good people in the main. Staff benefits are good. it's great for working flexible hours and you can also get loads of overtime as well, especially at Christmas when it comes in really handy to have some extra money.

Often treated more like a number than a person by the managers. They only seem to have one tactic for managing staff which is to be autocratic and authoritarian, issuing orders without listening. Atmosphere can get a bit intense and some staff tend to band together in defensive packs! Work can get tedious and sometimes it's hard to motivate yourself.

It would be unusual to not get extra hours over the Christmas period!

“Good”

You get to meet lots of new people and connect with people on your walks

The pay is terrible for what we have to do.

The management isnt the best.

“Very poor employer who gives very little regard to the concerns of their workers. Robust bonus driven Delivery Office Managers often harass staff.”

You can meet some genuine people.

Robust management style.

The fact that Royal Mail don't adhere by their own agreements/policies.

“absolutely a crap job”

Nothing good about royal mail , 100% crap

Everything is crap

Lies , back stabbing , sneeky management

“shithole”

Going home at end of shift

Management. Favoritism. Pakki mafia.

Don't do it. It's a dead end job.

“Corrupt Management”

Good Pay but conditions have became dreadful.

Nepotism is everywhere. Whole families in positions of power. None of Royal Mails policy's are followed in Glasgow Mail Centre. Fraudulent overtime paid to members of family's in power blatant abuse of power by certain people. Managers are drug users and this is promoted.

There is no fairness no investigation severe problems with managers doing whatever they want.

“Not a bad job, however modern day the business is going on the wrong direction!”

Decent pay, overtime if you want more money, pension, sick pay, own boss once your on your round and relatively early finishes on a light day.

CWU are wanna be managers, managers themselves have no real clue about the job role postmen and women do, expect much more that what is required of you. Treat new staff or vulnerable staff unfairly compared to the dead wood that still for some reason work there. The business only offeres part time contracts now which is great if you want one but you can't live of part time hours. Part timers who want to work get moved from delivery office to delivery office and never have a real sense of stability in their work. Some rounds are ridiculously easy and some are huge, this needs to be looked at by management , they should try the rounds thems ... CWU are wanna be managers, managers themselves have no real clue about the job role postmen and women do, expect much more that what is required of you. Treat new staff or vulnerable staff unfairly compared to the dead wood that still for some reason work there. The business only offeres part time contracts now which is great if you want one but you can't live of part time hours. Part timers who want to work get moved from delivery office to delivery office and never have a real sense of stability in their work. Some rounds are ridiculously easy and some are huge, this needs to be looked at by management , they should try the rounds themselves!! more

The CWU rep says they will back you up, but they are just puppets for the management and will grass on any bad words said about management , which could result in a sackable offence.

“corrupt business motivated by bonuses”

Pay is better than most jobs out there.

Company is run by a lot of corrupt managers and other personnel that are fiddling figures to get big bonuses, most postmen and women know this happening but are frightened to speak out because you get bullied or life is made uncomfortable for you by the people involved in the corruption, all this results in bad customer service for the public, the situation as also been made alot worse since its been privatized by the goverment, I have worked at this company for over 25 years and if the dictatorship at my office new i was speaking out about my office then i would be given an hard time and they would make life uncomfortable for me and find a r ... Company is run by a lot of corrupt managers and other personnel that are fiddling figures to get big bonuses, most postmen and women know this happening but are frightened to speak out because you get bullied or life is made uncomfortable for you by the people involved in the corruption, all this results in bad customer service for the public, the situation as also been made alot worse since its been privatized by the goverment, I have worked at this company for over 25 years and if the dictatorship at my office new i was speaking out about my office then i would be given an hard time and they would make life uncomfortable for me and find a reason to sack meso it would not interfere with there dealing, its a shame really because this company could have great potential. more

“Corrupt and old-fashioned.”

Good enough wage for an unskilled job.

Ever-increasing workload due to cutting staff and making those remaining take up the slack. Too many line managers doing not enough work for too much money while ignoring concerns about issues such as health and safety, damaged vehicles, for example. Bullying by management is still rife in some delivery offices. New delivery staff are bullied or brow-beaten into not claiming overtime they're entitled to or not cutting the delivery short when it's impossible to finish in time. The most 'gobby' postmen get away with slacking off whilst those that quietly get on with the job get shafted by management. The general culture is of ... Ever-increasing workload due to cutting staff and making those remaining take up the slack. Too many line managers doing not enough work for too much money while ignoring concerns about issues such as health and safety, damaged vehicles, for example. Bullying by management is still rife in some delivery offices. New delivery staff are bullied or brow-beaten into not claiming overtime they're entitled to or not cutting the delivery short when it's impossible to finish in time. The most 'gobby' postmen get away with slacking off whilst those that quietly get on with the job get shafted by management. The general culture is of bullying, which has STILL not been reined it despite a supposed anti-bullying campaign. Management generally seem to want an easy life and your problems will be generally ignored. Oh, and dgos; Few people seem to train their dogs and just let them leap out of the door when you knock with a parcel. Lost count of the amount of times I've been bitten/attacked. Lots of people labout under the misconception that this job is an easy stroll in the sun with just a bag of letters (rather than the usual 8 bags/trolley loads, plus a van full of large parcels) that most of us have to deliver. It's not a stroll, it's a VERY brisk walk if not a jog. I sometimes walk 12 miles a day (without including official overtime), despite the job description of "up to 8". I'm generally too tired to do anything after work, in spite of a recent medical telling me my health is "exceptional". more

50% of my colleagues have the mentality of junior-school children whilst in the delivery office: Name-calling, bullying, casual racism and sexism, homophobia, threats, insults, inane screaming and shouting, you name it. It has to be seen /heard to be believed. There is a large proportion of over-50's in my office. You'd think they'd know better. Unfortunately, it's the prevailing culture there and there's a pressure to conform to it. 50% of my colleagues outh to be sectioned under the mental health act, but never mind, eh, because they pull in lots of overtiem and that's all management care about.

“What a load of crap”

Nothing

Senior managers, directors

Bullying, managers are bully, make you work extra hours and they do not pay you. There is a threatening environment, now in the south they have managers from the north that are real bullies. The general mentality in Royal Mail is to bully people and cut costs, they have plenty on nice words and programs "together for growth" etc etc.....but in reality is just smoke in the eyes as non of that is put into practice it' entirely the opposite.

“shithole”

Nothing

To many managers doing nothing !

Nothing

“Your on your own to fend for yourself ... Sexism and discrimination”

The hours and pay

Started working part time... It's still a " mans world" 6 Women out of around 90 men . Managers who bully and lie. I was not given any partner or a driving test. I had to be taken and dropped off then call when I needed more mail. Told I was not performing and failing to deliver all the mail. How could I ? I was hanging around on street corners up to 30 minutes each time I needed more mail. Accused me of dumping parcels but it was my day off... I ended up getting dismissed without a thorough investigation. Cannot go to a tribunal for unfair dismissal as I was part time and you have to have worked for 2 years. Contacted CEO offic ... Started working part time... It's still a " mans world" 6 Women out of around 90 men . Managers who bully and lie. I was not given any partner or a driving test. I had to be taken and dropped off then call when I needed more mail. Told I was not performing and failing to deliver all the mail. How could I ? I was hanging around on street corners up to 30 minutes each time I needed more mail. Accused me of dumping parcels but it was my day off... I ended up getting dismissed without a thorough investigation. Cannot go to a tribunal for unfair dismissal as I was part time and you have to have worked for 2 years. Contacted CEO office but they don't give a damn.. Blatant sexism in Royal mail avoid this company like the plague! more

“an organisation with an endemic policy of bullying and harassment of workers”

Helps to maintian a good level of fitness!

Made to work 4 to 5 hours overtime a week without pay. Given unrealistic work loads. Constantly lied to by management. Daily threats by management that you will lose your jobs if you refuse to work extra hours without pay. Additional work not in job description due to poor management, not making sure your work is properly prepared before you commence your shift. Overt discrimination against part time workers, and other minority groups by management.

An overt regime of bullying and harassment by management that would not be tolerated in other industries.

“Bad”

Pay

Getting bullied not getting saturdays off you have to put your job first and family last

Managers

“Poor staff and poor senior managers”

Secure Job

Lies top to bottom, good staff not rewarded, poor staff who always go sick and are lazy time wasters not dealt with due to weak HR policies. Senior Managers lie then tell other mangers to lie it just goes on and on.

The business thinks it saves lives everyday get a grip and a reality check it delivers mail!

“Don't waste your time”

Taking people on but firing after year in to avoid contracts

Nothing

“Nice and not so nice”

Some of the posting staff such nice people. Working outside. Relatively easy job, simple.

20 hour contract VERY unlikely will get any more contracted hours which is demoralising. Little notice for overtime, attitude of managers.

Seniority, coming as a new member of staff you are bottom of the pile. While I understand this they should still treat you better than I have been. Eye opening.

“Modern day slavery...”

Good rate of pay for relatively unskilled labour.

Absolutely useless management. Ineffective union. Poor support structure. No routes of progression. No objectivity from managers. Favourites. Uniform that is not fit for purpose. No active H&S or promotion of safe working. Unrealistic workloads to be completed in a set time. No positive praising from management, but always quick to criticise. Draconian disciplinary and attendance structure. Having to fight daily for your workers rights and entitlements. No equal opportunities. Bullying. Laziness. Corner cutting by 'senior' staff that gets turned a blind eye to by management. Seniority system that favours people who have been there ... Absolutely useless management. Ineffective union. Poor support structure. No routes of progression. No objectivity from managers. Favourites. Uniform that is not fit for purpose. No active H&S or promotion of safe working. Unrealistic workloads to be completed in a set time. No positive praising from management, but always quick to criticise. Draconian disciplinary and attendance structure. Having to fight daily for your workers rights and entitlements. No equal opportunities. Bullying. Laziness. Corner cutting by 'senior' staff that gets turned a blind eye to by management. Seniority system that favours people who have been there longest and not the ones most suited to the role. more

Absolute eye opener. For the largest logistical company in the UK it is inefficient and badly run. But instead of putting people where they are needed to increase efficiency's and employ better working methods, the management like to pursue a cloak and dagger and misinformation approach to pushing the postman and postwomen to take on ever increasing workloads.

“Royal mail hypocrisy”

Relative job security

100% awful management, punitive attitude towards conduct, abuse of the attendance agreement, lack of leave opportunities , insurmountable workloads, OH assist, little evidence of investment back into workforce, abhorrent use of the attendance review to punish and harass 'genuinely' sick people as put by Sue Whalley. Moya Greens Salary utterly disgusting in comparison to front line staff. No realistic opportunities to share in the spoils of a massively undersold business which turns over in excess of £4 billion per annum. Totally unrealistic daily work pattern. Young people take my advice, go and do something else with your life. ... 100% awful management, punitive attitude towards conduct, abuse of the attendance agreement, lack of leave opportunities , insurmountable workloads, OH assist, little evidence of investment back into workforce, abhorrent use of the attendance review to punish and harass 'genuinely' sick people as put by Sue Whalley. Moya Greens Salary utterly disgusting in comparison to front line staff. No realistic opportunities to share in the spoils of a massively undersold business which turns over in excess of £4 billion per annum. Totally unrealistic daily work pattern. Young people take my advice, go and do something else with your life. Honestly, royal mail do not give a flying fuck about you. more

How so many cunts can thrive under one roof

“Bloomington:”

They are soooo good

Not much manager was a g

The barky MC barkfaces

“Bad place to work!!”

Banter

Management and treatment of staff

Never on the same round! Never no when you will finish!

“if not like working outside in all weather . not for you.”

crack in our office great . manager great . spennymoor.

can be hard . bad on back and legs . dogs.

dont no what will happen next . but you got to do it.

“Good wage for unskilled work very boring”

Good money for unskilled 6weeks for holidays leave if you can get right dates you want.

Some people getting bullied by certain acting managers, laziness by some staff and nothing done, pick on on staff who does the work, favouritism people not being in the warehouse nothing done managers to scared to upset their mates, all shifts the same, there's alot of back stabbing by postman and managers alike can't say anything in confidence unless you want it spread all over the mail centre sick to death of the place shit hours and its going to get alot worse, Seeing moya. getting pay rise bonuses and front line staff get nothing , managers doing postman work cutting jobs saving money so inept managers can get bonuses at the end ... Some people getting bullied by certain acting managers, laziness by some staff and nothing done, pick on on staff who does the work, favouritism people not being in the warehouse nothing done managers to scared to upset their mates, all shifts the same, there's alot of back stabbing by postman and managers alike can't say anything in confidence unless you want it spread all over the mail centre sick to death of the place shit hours and its going to get alot worse, Seeing moya. getting pay rise bonuses and front line staff get nothing , managers doing postman work cutting jobs saving money so inept managers can get bonuses at the end of the year more

Same old boring shit different day

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Royal Mail Group is a world leader in postal innovation and one of the UK's largest companies. Our UK Parcels, International and Letters (UKPIL) business comprises parcels, international and media & unaddressed mail. We are the UK’s Universal Service provider, the traditional letters business delivers letters and parcels, six days a week, to 29 million addresses across the UK. But, UKPIL is also home to some of Royal Mail’s growth stories. The increasing popularity of online retailing is driving volume growth across its core parcels network and its UK express carrier, Parcelforce Worldwide. The company is also renewing its focus on its advertising and direct mail business to grow its share of the UK advertising market. Royal Mail employees are at the forefront of our ambition to deliver the best possible service to our customers. And as one of the UK's largest companies, Royal Mail Group offers a range of job opportunities across the country.

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