USPS puts useful info in employees’ pockets

October 26, 2021 Have questions about the Postal Service’s future? Check your pocket. Employees will soon receive 5-by-3.25-inch durable cards that explain Delivering for America, the organization’s 10-year plan to achieve financial stability. Each card will address a different topic and feature information that employees can reference when discussing the plan with co-workers and customers….

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USPS prepares for holiday season

Executives from Logistics and Processing Operations met last week to strategize and prepare for the next fiscal year’s first quarter (Oct. 1-Dec. 31), which includes the important holiday delivery season. Logistics and Processing Operations is responsible for processing and moving mail and packages efficiently to delivery units. The department, created during the recent restructuring, has…

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USPS: PMG previews holiday delivery season (video)

Postmaster General Louis DeJoy’s latest video message for Postal Service employees previews the holiday peak delivery season. He discusses the growth in the organization’s package business during the coronavirus pandemic and explains that volumes are expected to further increase during the holidays. To ensure USPS effectively serves package customers, the organization is expanding air and…

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USPS/NRLCA MOU Allowing Voluntary Peak Sunday Work for Regular Carriers

For the following Sundays, December 8, 17 and 22, 2019, regular rural carriers may volunteer to work on Sunday. Managers will ask for volunteer regular rural carriers who wish to work on these three Sundays. Volunteering to work on these identified Sundays does not provide a guarantee or entitlement to work on these days. Regular…

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USPS: Inspectors offer holiday safety tips to letter carriers

The Postal Inspection Service is offering letter carriers and other employees some safety tips for the holiday delivery season:  Avoid becoming a target. Don’t display mobile phones or other electronic devices while on your route. Avoid wearing jewelry and minimize the amount of cash you carry.  Stay alert. Don’t wear headphones so you can hear…

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