OIG: What actions should USPS take to return injured employees back to work in limited duty assignments?

Project Title: Postal Service’s Limited Duty and Rehabilitation Programs Return to Work Processes Start Date: Wednesday, June 21, 2017 Estimated Report Release Date: December 2017 The OIG is conducting an audit to assess whether the Postal Service is effectively managing the Limited Duty and Rehabilitation Programs to facilitate returning injured employees that are deemed fit…

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PMG Brennan discusses safety, other topics in video

July 6, 2017 The Postal Service cares about its workforce — and the organization reminds all employees to take measures to prevent heat-related illnesses, PMG Megan J. Brennan says in her latest “Business Focus” video. The PMG also discusses how the organization is making strides in service performance, scanning and increased real-time visibility. “We compete…

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Latest Postal Bulletin highlights U.S. Passports

A U.S. Passport is Your Key to International Travel The Department of State’s Passport Services Directorate issues U.S. passports to traveling Americans. Passports are a request to foreign governments to permit you to travel, and also allow you to re-enter the United States. They provide proof of U.S. citizenship at home and around the world….

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USPS: Instructor teaches employees road rules

When it comes to training employees for delivery positions in Northeast Area’s Westchester District, all roads lead to Paul Gregory. The driver safety instructor has been training new employees — including letter carriers, rural carriers and truck drivers — for the past 10 years. He tells employees, “I was in your shoes, and there isn’t…

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Ivanka Trump Replies to WSJ on Paid Family Leave

By Ivanka Trump – July 4, 2017 In a rejoinder to your May 26 editorial “The Ivanka Entitlement” on President Trump’s family-leave proposal, Stephen Schwarzman lays out the robust business case for paid-leave policy (Letters, June 19). The Journal then uses Mr. Schwarzman’s response as a platform to make a policy distinction, to recognize the…

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USPS: Customer Care Center employee fosters improvement

Need help? Anthony Moya is ready to listen. Moya is a technical support agent at the Edison, NJ, Customer Care Center. He handles as many as 70 calls a day from Postal Service customers. “Our goal is improvement,” he said. “Our job is to resolve customer concerns. Many of them are able to be fixed…

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