USPS: Know the rules about outside activities

If you’re a Postal Service employee, the organization wants you to remember the rules on engaging in activities outside USPS. These activities can include working for other employers while still holding a postal job, serving on an outside board or volunteering for a group. Federal ethics regulations don’t prohibit you from engaging in any outside…

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USPS: Know the rules about seeking other jobs

The Postal Service wants employees to follow the rules on seeking employment outside the organization. Federal law and the government’s standards of ethical conduct don’t prohibit postal workers from seeking a job with any particular employer. However, employees can’t seek or accept another job if it presents a conflict of interest with their current duties….

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USPS offers ‘moonlighting’ reminder

The Postal Service wants you to remember the rules on “moonlighting” — working for other employers while continuing to work for USPS. Federal ethics regulations don’t prohibit you from engaging in outside activities — unless doing so would cause a conflict with your official duties. This would happen if the outside activity creates a financial…

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Complaint Filed with US Attorney Regarding C. B. Richard Ellis’ Fraudulent Sale of USPS Real Estate

Union Member and Retired Postal Worker John Dennie filed a civilian complaint with the criminal division of the United States Attorney’s office for the Southern District of New York on September 20, 2014.  

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Trouble in the air: USPS may sell rights over Old Chelsea post office

Late last year, the Postal Service announced that it would not proceed with its controversial plan to sell the Old Chelsea post office at 217 West 18th Street in Manhattan. Now the Postal Service has decided it wants to sell the air rights above the historic building. According to a letter to the New York…

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