Video: Credit card policy at USPS

video platformvideo managementvideo solutionsvideo player “If your strategy for protecting yourself is to leave your signature off your cards and write “See ID” instead, not only is your game plan ineffective it’s outdated.” Source: Credit card policy at USPS | News – Home

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What Happens to Your Benefits if You Die While Still Working?

By John Grobe – July 13, 2015 What happens to your benefits if you die while still working? This is a question we do not want to ponder, as we all plan on living long after we retire. When it comes to Ben Franklin’s quote, “Plan like you’ll live forever; pray like you’ll die tomorrow,”…

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Union members protest at Staples in LaGrange, GA

By Donny Karr – July 13, 2015 LaGRANGE — Protesters gathered outside Staples on New Franklin Road on Friday to demand that residents boycott the office supply chain’s stores. The protest group was made up of members of the American Postal Workers Union in Atlanta. “We are boycotting Staples because they are taking away jobs…

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USPS OIG: An Address of One’s Own

More than half of people on this planet do not have an address, according to a Universal Postal Union (UPU) report. Without an official address, they have difficulty applying for government services, social benefits, or, in some cases, even obtaining a train pass. They cannot open bank accounts and may not be able to get…

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USPS: Employees required to take cyber security course

The Postal Service has introduced an online training course to help employees better protect information in the workplace. The brief course, CyberSafe 101: Passwords and Phishing, is required for all employees with ACE user IDs. The deadline for completion is Sept. 30. The course will provide employees with a basic understanding of information security. Participants…

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