The Postal Service wants you, millennials [audio]

By Nancy Marshall-Genzer – May 16, 2017 Hey, millennials! The Postal Service is hiring, and it wants you, even if you can’t remember the last time you licked a stamp. The Postal Service’s workforce is aging. In fact, almost a third of its approximately 640,000 workers are eligible to retire. Sixty-five year old Larry Anthony…

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USPS seeks retirees for holiday jobs

The Postal Service is seeking recently retired employees who are interested in becoming temporary employees during this year’s holiday season. Retired employees who participated in last year’s peak season are invited to again work this year as city carrier assistants, rural carrier assistants, holiday clerk assistants, or motor vehicle operators. In addition, this year the…

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USPS asks to expand test of grocery delivery: Some CCAs about to get even busier

July 9, 2016 The U.S. Postal Service wants to expand and extend its test of same-day grocery deliveries but isn’t ready yet to take the venture nationwide. The agency asked the Postal Regulatory Commission on Friday to extend the two-year test for another year, to October 31, 2017, and for permission to enter new markets….

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NALC City Carrier Assistant Resource Guide now available online

This guide was created to assist both new CCAs and experienced CCAs alike. It thoroughly covers the letter carrier job and the rights and benefits afforded to CCAs. The guide also provides information and guidance for CCAs during the process of conversion to full-time career status. The guide is in the process of being printed….

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Postal Service to hold job fair in Sioux City

April 26, 2016 The United States Postal Service will hold a three-day job fair starting this week in Sioux Falls. The job fairs will be from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Monday at the South Dakota Department of Labor & Regulation office, 811 E. 10th St. Job seekers will get individualized help…

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Report Predicts Major USPS Downsizing – But Is It on Target?

January 2, 2016 Here we go again: Yet another government study has spurred news stories about how the U.S. Postal Service is on the verge of massive downsizing. “The next decade isn’t expected to be kind to postal worker employment,” stated U.S. News & World Report recently, based on a new Bureau of Labor Statistics…

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