APWU: Don’t Let Management Take Your Pulse!

July 8, 2024 The APWU is urging union members to refrain from participating in the USPS management’s Postal Pulse survey. Negotiations for a new union contract began June 25, and any information you give them can be used in retaliation to hurt us during negotiations and arbitration. Regardless of pressure from supervisors or managers, letter…

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APWU: Don’t Let the Postal Service check Your “Pulse!”

June 8, 2022 Starting June 14 through July 15 2022, the USPS is pushing its annual Postal Pulse Survey. The APWU leadership urges you to not let the Postal Service take your Pulse! Management surveys have been used as a weapon against the APWU during contract negotiations while not producing any real positive change for…

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APWU: Don’t Give Them Your “Postal Pulse”

The USPS is once again starting their attempts to get their employees “engaged”. It is Postal Pulse time again! Most likely you have received emails, direct mailings, stand-up talks, and have seen wall postings encouraging you to take the survey. The APWU wants to remind all employees that we advise against participating in surveys that…

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USPS: Postal Pulse query on workplace friendships addressed

It’s the question everyone has questions about. The Postal Pulse survey that USPS administered in 2015 asked, “Do you have a best friend at work?” Chief Human Resources Officer Jeff Williamson says the question helps measure how employees feel about their workplace. For example, employees are much more likely to maintain excellent attendance if they…

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APWU to Members: Don’t Focus on ‘Postal Pulse’

Web News Article #: 200-2015 10/21/2015 – The APWU is urging union members to refrain from participating in “focus groups” on Postal Pulse employee opinion surveys. The union opposes the Postal Pulse and other employee opinion surveys because management has a history of using the results of such surveys against workers during contract negotiations and…

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USPS: Postal Pulse update – Employee concerns about confidentiality, participation addressed

March 31, 2015 All employees are encouraged to take the Postal Pulse survey before Friday, April 3, Chief Human Resources Officer Jeff Williamson said. “We thank everyone who has submitted their responses,” said Williamson. “If employees haven’t completed the survey, we encourage them to do so before April 3. Their feedback is very important.” USPS…

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