NALC President Rolando’s Keynote Address 2018

Published on Jul 16, 2018 NALC President Rolando opens the 71st Biennial Convention with a keynote address providing an assessment of the difficulties facing letter carriers and a call to action to the 5,000+ delegates gathered at the Cobo Center in Detroit.

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USPS Offers Glamorous Perks To Recruit Carriers In San Francisco

KPIX CBS SF Bay Area – July 14, 2018 Glamorous perks are not usually what you think of when it comes to the US Postal Service. Julie Watts tell us the USPS is offering them to lure new carriers in San Francisco.

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USPS looking to hire 50 mail carriers in Rochester, NY

June 15, 2018 ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHAM) – The United States Postal Service is looking to hire 50 new mail carriers in Rochester. The position of a city carrier assistant requires workers to deliver and collect mail on foot or by vehicle. Pay rates start at $16.78 an hour. Workers should be open to working weekdays,…

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USPS OIG Report: Delivering the Best Customer Experience

December 13, 2017 (RARC-WP-18-003) The Postal Service could make the delivery survey more representative of the general population and validate the survey’s scale to ensure its accuracy. Survey results showed dissatisfaction is highest among small and medium business customers, centralized delivery recipients, and 25-34 year olds. Customers most frequently commented on misdelivery, delivery time, delivery…

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USPS hiring hundreds of local mail carriers in Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana

By Ally Kraemer – February 23, 2017 CINCINNATI — The United States Post Office is hoping to hire 300 new mail carriers — and fast. “They don’t have to have any type of experience,” said Charlotte Morrow, who works for USPS customer relations. “We’ll train them, we’ll show them what the job is all about…

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Video: Two Years After Slaying, Post Office Adds Carriers to Reduce After-Dark Deliveries

By Scott MacFarlane – December 29, 2015 More than 3,000 new postal workers have been hired in the D.C. area recently, as the post office works to reduce the number of late mail deliveries — two years after a mail carrier was murdered working after dark. Tyson Barnette was delivering mail at about 7:30 p.m….

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Postal Service’s next-gen van carries a $6 billion prize

By Gabe Nelson – February 14, 2015 Snow, rain, heat and gloom of night can’t stop the nation’s mail carriers from completing their appointed rounds. But broken-down delivery trucks can. Faced with rising maintenance costs for its aging fleet and needing extra cargo space to satisfy the desires of online shoppers, the U.S. Postal Service…

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Mail Carriers sought for ‘Gone Postal’ film project

“Mail Carriers, we need you! Can our 735 fans help us find Mail Carriers willing to have our director Jay film you on your route serving the people? We won’t interfere or slow you down, we just want to show the work you do every day. Contact us TODAY at usmaildoc@gmail.com. Please SHARE and help…

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