Prospects Dim for USPS Early-Retirement Offers

retirement_earlyOctober 26, 2015
U.S. Postal Service employees waiting for incentives to retire early shouldn’t get their hopes up.

“It is unclear if USPS will continue to use separation incentives to reduce the size of its career workforce,” says a new Congressional Research Service report, “U.S. Postal Service Workforce Size and Employment Categories, FY 1995-FY2014.”

The Postal Service’s latest five-year plan, updated in April 2013, “included a goal to reduce its career workforce to approximately 404,000 employees through attrition by 2017” which would represent a 17.3% decrease (84,300 fewer employees) from FY2014 staffing levels,” the report says.

More/Source: Dead Tree Edition: Prospects Dim for USPS Early-Retirement Offers

One thought on “Prospects Dim for USPS Early-Retirement Offers

  1. Union and NAME of Local/Branch
    CKAL 2307
    Office held, if any
    former stew
    I give it 3 or 4 years. This new cheap labor force will continue to grow, and when there is ample stock, I can see Management trying to cut ties with the higher paid employees.

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