USPS Philadelphia District: Attendance Control Propaganda Mailing

Postal Workers in the Philadelphia District have begun receiving attendance control propaganda in the mail, most likely signaling the implementation of a new Postal Attendance Terrorism campaign by the Agency.  

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Judge sides with letter carrier in federal case – Postmaster acted in “extreme bad faith”

By Jordan Cuddemi – August 19, 2019 BURLINGTON — An Upper Valley postmaster acted in “extreme bad faith” in overseeing a letter carrier from North Pomfret, including falsely accusing him of repeatedly striking her in the head with a five-pound scanner, a federal judge ruled earlier this month. U.S. Court of Federal Claims Senior Judge…

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USPS: Employee Engagement time clock posters

It’s always time for engagement in the Postal Service. Literally. USPS facilities across the nation are hanging posters near time clocks to help workers learn about the principles of engagement, a term that refers to employees’ involvement, enthusiasm and positive contributions to their organization. The posters also explain how engaged employees thrive in the workplace….

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SWFAL / USPS email exchange on Employee Engagement Program (Postal Pulse, VOE, etc)

The following is an mail exchange on the Employee Engagement Program via Sam Wood, President – Southwest Florida Area Local / APWU: From: SWoodFla@aol.com To: Dennis.V.Humphrey@usps.gov CC: DmGray1963@aol.com Sent: 9/15/2016 11:37:03 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time Subj: Re: Employee Engagement Program Dennis, I read your e-mail that you sent to Dan Gray (below) concerning the “Employee…

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